A Mode One Approach

Anonymous, modified 10 Months ago.

A Mode One Approach

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Unfortunately I am going to have to argue a point here. Your math is solid but your model is faulty. The rate of condom breakage is actually .04%, and the rate of slippage 1.1%. This puts failure rate at .57%, or slightly over one half percent chance of failure per thousand. So while you will encounter higher levels of failure as your numbers increase, you need tens of thousands of unique instances before you begin to see any significant risk.

Brilliant thoughts, appreciate the view from an engineer’s perspective.
Jackie

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4Kirsten August 3, 2011 at 5:19 PM
No, I totally agree with you! My number I pulled out of air was not meant to represent actual failure rate, or even an actual model. Nobody should be using a brand of condom with a 1% breakage rate, if they even exist. I mean, we wouldn’t get on an airplane if we were told that it crash lands 1 out of every 100 times it flies! :-)

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