Economics

When dealing with the probabilities in the payoff matrix, would you always go with the highest calculated value?

For example, I calculated payoff by multiplying the hours it would take to do something times the probability. Then used those values and took the sum for each row in the table. So the one that yields the highest value should be the one to choose?

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