There was a 50% chance my parents were right: I’d need Algebra in my adult life.
Until today, with this Trifextra challenge, they were wrong.
There’s a 100% probability I’ll never tell them.
Andy Rooney created something called “The 50-50-90 rule: anytime you have a 50-50 chance of getting something right, there’s a 90% probability you’ll get it wrong.” We want you to give us your own probability equation. Use whichever numbers suit you, and make it about whatever you like, but give us something to think about. In 33 words, of course.
I’m mathematically challenged. I barely made it through the required math courses for my degree and I still count on my fingers. Imagine my horror to see the Triefextra weekend challenge involved writing a probability equation. A probability equation on a writing website? That’s just cruel!
The backhand of the challenge was softened by the fact I got my first ever first place win for Truth of Promises, which I submitted for the weekday challenge. I appreciate everyone who stopped by to read it.