Okay?

So for their reward analysis, we've

got our NPV.

Is greater than 0, so

that is excellent, and

the expected value of the NPV, 385 million,

just a good sort of statistical probabilistic point here,

could they ever realize is that.

Well, let's go back up to, Our decision tree and think about it.

Well, here are all the things that can happen and

the amounts of money associated with them.

Do we see 385,000 as any of these?

No, there's no way they're going to get that exact number.

Again, what the expected value means is, if they kept doing this project over and

over and over again under the exact same circumstances.

Sometimes they get this.

They'd never get this because their not going to make that decision,

it never get that because their not going to make that decision.

Sometimes they get this on average over the long

the amount their winners and

their losers is going to be 385,000, okay?

But that's not possible in any one trial,

okay, for this project decision tree.

All right.