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Let's say you want to measure someone's success by the number of dates he/she managed to get: A is the number of persons you wanted to date (in a given year) and with whom you managed to secure a date B is the number of persons you wanted to date but failed to secure a date Your odds of success (called odds ratio) is defined as R = A/B. In practice, B can be zero, e.g. if you are in a relations…
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