It’s good to see someone write about your post, n that in IIIT Buzz. I saw comment and thought of clarify the doubts in this post.

Fist of all in the equation

Package = f(CGPA, knowledge, personality) + g(CGPA, luck, time) + c

“f” is a linear function. But the coefficient of the variables varies form company to company. And its non-causal, because this function is solely depend on the person concern.

“g” is a random process as I mentioned , or else we can say it’s a non-linear n causal function its value could be negative or positive.

“c” is same as before.

About Heisenberg’s Uncertainty principle:

Its states that “The more precisely the POSITION is determined, the less precisely the MOMENTUM is known”

Here we can apply it on “g” as:

The more the value of luck affect the value of g, the less the value of CGPA, and the vice versa.

It is not an uncertainty in determining the value of “g” but the uncertainty in the effect of those two variables on the equation.

Now about the comments

@ ak_84:- your comment was sort of favoring my equation.

But about time, I think it counts, because as time passes the economical environment, the number of job offers, the policies of company changes. And there r lots of factors which directly or indirectly affect the package depend on time.

@ halley:-as u said that attitude should be included as an independent variable. Actually “f” here is linear function of personality and attitude is sort of variable of personality ,

f= x*personality + y*f(CGPA, knowledge)

Where , personality = a*Attitude + b*p(other variables)

ð f = x*a*Attitude + x*b*p(other variables) + y*f(CGPA, Knowledge)

hence , package is indirectly a direct function of Attitude.

I guess all the questions are been answered, any further quarries will be welcomed.

n thanx a lot for giving your precious to my post !!!

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