[lpi-discuss] How LPI exams are scored [wasRe: "Wrong"Questions in 202?]

ross at brunson.org ross at brunson.org
Sat May 30 02:03:43 EDT 2009


Yes, and I was expressing the "Humor Principle", available everywhere. 

On a serious note, the LPIC exams are very difficult to pass just by getting the minimum level of knowledge, in fact I'd say trying to just do the minimum is more work than doing it right in the first place. 

Ross
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jerome Keller <newsletter4me at gmx.ch>

Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 21:08:45 
To: General discussion relating to LPI.<lpi-discuss at lpi.org>
Subject: Re: [lpi-discuss] How LPI exams are scored [was
 Re:	"Wrong"Questions in 202?]


>
> I posit that you'll find this formula doesn't work well in the field of interpersonal romantic relationships. Outside of Second Life, or 900 lines, that is. 
>
>   

The formula isn't meant for social relationships. It's the "maximum 
principle" and the "minimum principle" in Economic Theories. It's an 
Economic Principle which you learn at university or school.
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