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0.17% evidently but that also assumes each instance is random ... if you


fail a test, you almost certainly have a higher chance of being tested in the future. So if a failed test triggers another test, and if he indeed failed several (or all?), then it's obviously significantly higher than 0.17%.

(In response to this post by HiwasseeHoo)

Posted: 01/10/2019 at 06:57AM



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