Getting to Some Things I've been Meaning to Get To
It looks like this and uses the Greek letter A: Utility = E * V/AD
(emphasis mine, and I replaced the Greek letter with "A" because the original character wouldn't display properly)
I love it when folks use equations to describe situations for which there are no objectively discernible real numbers. E.g., maybe I can assign a real number to represent the value of completing a task (such as the amount I'll be paid for the project), but how the hell do I measure my expectancy of succeeding with a given task? Is there some sort of -ometer I stick in my ear to get that number?
(Savvy Mojonauts will note the date on this press release and realize that this link has actually sat ignored on my desktop for TWO YEARS. Ugh. I've become the joke.)