It reads elegantly.

x is constant

y and z are variable

x=52

y=104

how is y a variable and 104?

X^² is x to the power of 2

which is equal to Y.

X²=Y²

X only contains a specific 1 of 1/52 where Y contains 2 or more of a specific

If we have 100 decks of cards we have 100 chances that the top card is 1/52 to a specific card, all 100 top cards could be the same specific card, or all 100 top cards could contain no specific of the card.

It is a variable compared to 1/52

X is rows and Y is columns, X can only have 1 out of 52 where y can have several of 1 of 52

X^²=Y={σ²(x)/Y}/σ²(z)/t

P(x^²)/y/z=0_1/t

X to the power of 2 is equal to y which is equal to a variation of x divided by Y which is distributed to multiple Z that is ever changing over time

so it cant be 1/52 because the 1 could be several or none. so the P=0_1/t