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Suppose that a formal analysis has revealed that the quantity R is certainty less than 7.12, but that a separate analysis based on a different methodology proves that R is less than 4.9. What can you say about R? please help

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what class?
R < 4.9
Risk management

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and the second part of it is, If R from the previous question is the mass in metric tons of a near-Earth asteroid, what can you say about the magnitude of the quantity R?
the second one "proved" right?
sorry, I did not get what you are trying to say. What is it again?
sorry, i'm not familiar with the terms and defs in risk analysis so i'm not sure if there is something you apply to the numbers
well, its under probability and stat
just tell me interms of math, please

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