Called home last night and had the following conversation with my 11-year old daughter.
Molly: I was thinking about this P/NP problem. What do P and N stand for?
Lance: You probably won't understand but P stands for "Polynomial-Time" and N stands for "Nondeterministic"
Molly: Well, if P and N were random variables then P=NP if N equals one.
An old joke, but my daughter had figured it out all on her own. So I answered her with the only response I could give.
Lance: Or if P equals zero.