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The book was written for professionals, but an intelligent layperson could understand most of it.
Advice should be in terms that can be understood by a layperson.
He explains probability in clear, layperson 's terms, and shows its practical applications.
A layperson may not be aware of his or her rights and responsibilities under the law when the marriage breaks down.
If there is nobody to help you at all, not even another layperson, you can try to watch the baby emerging in a mirror.
Mass-market publications may prefer people on the lower-educated end of the spectrum as you have enough knowledge to understand scientific concepts while still remaining essentially a layperson.