a random sampling of the [flora] population


if you have one fallen camellia, will it be an outlier and skew the results of your sampling?

the geraniums are always a challenge to count (besides they’re quite moody and their answers change frequently.)

the sea lavender has its own ideas about the statistical probability of this sampling’s accuracy and efficacy.

the challenges of creating an accurate statistical equation are not insurmountable.

2x + 4y (s – p) / wtf = (you decide) x 10x + 5b / a


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