Pe = (s(\sqrt{4P(1-P)} -1) +1)^N where Pe = 10^-3 P = 10^-2 N = 10^6 whats the value of S ? how to calculate this types of questions?? I am waiting with complete process. regards
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Originally Posted by Ram $\displaystyle Pe = (s(\sqrt{4P(1-P)} -1) +1)^N$ where $\displaystyle Pe = 10^{-3}$ $\displaystyle P = 10^{-2}$ $\displaystyle N = 10^{6}$ whats the value of S ? how to calculate this types of questions?? regards Where is S in the equation? (Capitalization matters.) You can simplify the equation first by plugging numbers in.