What exactly do you mean by door of entry? Like a way to get into the industry? Or start trading yourself?
Thanks, but these seem to be discussing pride in general. I am curious specifically about the “You have to be the one who has controlled/owed a particular choice in the ways that matter in order to be proud of it or its outcomes.” part. Do you know where you picked up that bit?
Resources like corn and oil are typically called commodities in this context.
Interesting! Any links / videos you’d recommend exploring that point?
How likely are you to get infected from someone who has been infected a while ago (say a month) compared to a random person? What about from someone who was vaccinated?
Odds are the same but it’s the difference between 10 flips and a 100.
Same here. That’s why I stopped using FB. And that’s currently my main filter for whether to continue engaging with something.
Right...! I think that’s a very good point on the usefulness of the model. Like, I find it interesting and useful as a model, but I don’t think I’ve ever applied it in practice.
Hmm it’s not that I find them confusing, and I even managed to explain them to someone who didn’t know about them. I think it just feels… too high complexity or something. Like there’s a simpler version just around the corner.
Maybe I’d benefit from 3 positive and negative real life examples of each level.
Can I use computer to prepare for part 1, as long as I don’t try to memorize any bit sequences?
Seconded. Very happy with the solution and the resulting reflection on my attempt.
If someone got COVID how long do they need to wait to get tested so that the test correctly identifies them as positive?
Note the part where it says that it’s usually passed on by a teacher. It’s entirely possible to meet this teacher in your dream; in your case, the coach.
A number of spiritual traditions have their most advanced practices in dream realms.
You can do spoilers with >!although it’s kind of finicky.
One problem with your strategy is that the stats follow a normal distribution. This means that there are more students with average stats. That’s why your algo invests in the lowest stat: because that’s the biggest delta in terms of students.
My research so far:
Made graphs of stat vs prob of success. Pretty clean linear relationships between each stat and increase in success, except for dexterity. That seems to hurt. Checked for correlations between stats; none detected. Given that we can’t go down in stats, I also looked at the data for students whose stats are at least as high as ours. Did linear regression on that; seems like Dex helps in this case, but there are a lot fewer samples, so I’m going to chuck it up to noise.Going off all the data, Wis and Cha have the highest slope. (Cha is slightly higher.) So I’d invest evenly in both. Going off the conditioned data, Cha has the highest slope. So I’ll shift to +7 Cha and +3 Wis.
One thing I also thought about is coming up with various hypotheses, Zendo style. E.g. “you win if your Str > Dex” or “you win if the sum of your lowest three stats is > 10″ But I don’t think that’s the nature of the problem.
Do we have to spend all 10 points?
Hmm, normally I don’t participate in things like these… but something about this one appeals to me. So why not! Let’s give it a shot.What are the guidelines for posting my research / insights?
I agree with the sentiment. Although I think this should be a comment, not an answer.