I couldn't find a comprehensive thread on this topic yet so I am simply starting a new one.
At the moment there is only one thing unclear to me:
What do the fractions "2/28" and "3/27" stand for?
Thanks in advance,
(the following refers to the study notes on Tuckman, Chapter 8, pages 18 through 20)
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