K-MSG-L Notes 17 (16) - "classical"ormaybe ,.Regardlessof ,...

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of reduction as well as occurrence opportunities is generally difficult in a "classical" or maybe  quantitative risk research, because ideal numbers are certainly not accessible. Regardless of  whether some sort of calculation may be possible, interpreting the final results stays really  challenging. Case: Inside scenario involving regular risk scientific studies, the chance may be  computed through spreading the level of cause harm to while using the occurrence possibility. In  the event that, for instance, your devastation of your notebook computer or maybe pc heart as a  result of an aeroplane accident benefits inside reduction pricing  mil money as well as happens  statistically the moment inside ,  years, your theoretical risk is ,  money each year. This particular
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