Saturday, April 25, 2009

Mutually Exclusive Events

In mathematics there is a term: 

"Mutually exclusive events".  Two things that cannot happen at the same time, within the same event horizon, or that force an environment that whereby the remaining event cannot occur.

For instance, remember part II of the Law of Matter?  "Two objects cannot occupy the same space at the same time".

Before your eyes glaze over with the remedial math lesson...


Now, back to mutually exclusive events...


This is the problem with any analysis using disparate data sources.  I am ready to pull my f**king hair out...  

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2 comments:

Donal Lang said...

Greg, its simple; at the end of January everyone parked at the top of a hill, and by the end of February everyone found themselves at the bottom of the hill.

You see, that wasn't so difficult!

sharon said...

thanks for sharing.......


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