Chandri MacLeod (chandri) wrote,
Chandri MacLeod

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I am experiencing what can only be described as a brain stoppage, and thus am having trouble with math. (Not that I don't always have trouble with math.)

If something happens, say, a mutation of some kind, only once in every 600,000 births, what percentage of the global population would that be? Assuming that the global population is about six billion.

This is, like, elementary school math, and yet. You all think I'm joking when I say I have a mental math block, but I am SO NOT JOKING, YOU GUYS.

Help? *cuteface*
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