> You've said it backwards: that's a 16,56% chance that aYes, Brian, you're right, thank you. It just is not very easy to keep
> (secured) root present is from a CVC root not ending in
> -y/w/H, and a 17,80% chance that a (secured) root aorist is
> from a CVC root not ending in -y/w/H. That is, roots of
> this kind are found in approximately equal proportions --
> about one in six -- among root presents and root aorists.
> The same correction needs to be made here: that's a 15,31%
> chance that a root present is from a CVC root not ending in
> -y/w/H, and a 17,28% chance that a root aorist is from a CVC
> root not ending in -y/w/H.