The ratio of risks to potential gains for an investment or a decision. This term is often used when making a decision and needing to understand the potential gains versus risks.
Example: The company is investing in self-driving car technology, but analysts are skeptical about the risk/reward calculus because of the high R&D costs.
Variations: risk to reward ratio, risk/reward ratio, risk to reward calculus
Question: What does "Calendar Invite" mean?
(A) When a person wants to meet with you next week.
(B) An email sent to schedule a meeting with the option to either accept or decline the meeting at the scheduled time.
(C) When a person has available time on their calendar to meet with you.
(D) When a person does not have any time to meet with you.
Answer: Find out the right answer here.
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Word: Close It Out
Definition: To mark something as completed.
Example: This task has been fixed, so let's close it out within the task tracker.
"Risk/Reward Calculus." Jargonism.com Dictionary, https://jargonism.com/words/1371. Accessed 01/29/2022.