# You go out in the snow for the moment. When you go out again, your footprints from an hour ago lead in a different direction.

You go out in the snow for the moment. When you go out again, your footprints from an hour ago lead in a different direction. My birthday is fast approaching (next Thursday).

Will it be the last?

I hope not.

What’s left to do?

Give him a large lump of cash and go home.

Give him the cards and the presents and he’s done.

What’s the point in going to the effort of going to the cinema on the night?

What do I have to gain?

I don’t even have the energy to buy a present.

I need to recover from the effort involved.

I’m too tired.

I’ll try and get a few hours sleep tonight and then I’ll be ok.

I had to spend a couple of hours this afternoon doing the tax return, which I put off until the last minute.

The old man was there, ready to help but I didn’t want him to because I know that I don’t get it wrong.

It’s all in there and you have to put it in the right places.

It’s a case of fitting the figures to the forms.

I just need to make sure that I’ve got everything right.

I do get quite tired of this, though.

I know that there are mistakes and I know that I make mistakes.

I’m always very nervous about it.

So I’ll just get everything done, that way I’ ll feel better.

I’ll just have a little rest and then I’ll be fine.

Then I’ll go to the pub with my mates and I’ll have a few beers.

I’m going to have a drink of milk.

If you have an English friend, don’t bother with presents.

I’m very fond of my friends but I’m not too interested in receiving gifts.

I’m very glad that I’m not expecting anything.

If I could get away with it, I’d just give money to everyone.

If you have an English friend, it wouldn’t be too much trouble to buy a present.

The beer at the pub is good.

I know that I’ve been drinking this for a couple of hours.

I’ve had a couple of bottles of wine and a couple of beers.

I’m just having a bottle of orange juice, but I’m sure it’ll be enough.

You briefly go out in the snow and come back inside. When you go out again, your footprints from earlier lead in a different direction. Is it a coincidence?

Yes, it is.

What’s going on?

There are an infinite number of possible outcomes from the snow footprints, and these outcomes exist for every potential “direction” of travel your character might take. As long as you keep walking in that same direction, you can come back to a different set of footprints.

But, if you keep walking in a different direction, the number of possible outcomes decreases. If you keep walking in the same direction, then you are guaranteed to have a set of footprints leading in the same direction you went out in the first place.

Why is there a number of possible outcomes?

There are two reasons for the number of possible outcomes. First, we’ll cover the probability of each outcome, and then we’ll explain why we are using a discrete probability distribution.

First, the probability of an outcome being correct (i.e. the likelihood that an outcome is correct), but first a simple explanation of probability. This is what’s going on in the form of a small number of possible outcomes.

“The probability of an event is the ratio of the likelihood that the event is true to the likelihood of not having that event.” “P(a|b)” is the probability that the event (like hitting a particular number of home runs) is true, and “P(b|a)” is the probability that the event (like hitting a particular number of home runs) is false. “P(x|y)” is the probability that the event (like hitting a particular number of home runs) is true, and “P(y|x)” is the probability that the event (like hitting a particular number of home runs) is false.

“The probability of an outcome is the ratio of the odds of the outcome to the odds of not having the outcome.” “P(a|b)” is the probability of the outcome being true, and “P(b|a)” is the probability of the outcome being false. “P(x|y)” is the probability of the outcome being true, and “P(y|x)” is the probability of the outcome being false. ”

Second, there are a finite number of footprints, so if the chance of the outcome is very small, we’ll be able to determine it by using a finite number of footprints. If the chance of the outcome is very large, then we’ll probably have to find all of the possible outcomes using a finite number of footprints.

Once we understand this, we can figure out why the number of possible outcomes is infinite.