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Old 2016-12-03, 19:30   #7
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More generally, choose any 0 < p < 1 and put 1 - p, p(1 - p), p^2(1 - p), ... effort into each task. For example, with p = 2/3, you put a third of your effort into the first task, 22% into your second, 15% into your third, 9.9% into your fourth, 6.6% into your fifth, etc.

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