help~~can anybody tell me the meaning of "beta to my alpha"?

China
May 20, 2010 1:58am CST
is there anybody who knows the meaning of this phrase,well if it is a phrase?thanks
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@whdevo (10)
20 May 10
I would suggest that it means something along the lines of: "in something that we both do/have knowledge of, I am the best, and you are second only to me" ... or "I am the leader, and you are my deputy" ... I base this on the knowledge (earlier stated) that alpha and beta are the first two letters in the Greek alphabet ("alpha" "bet").
• China
20 May 10
You really hit the nail on the head. Thank you.
@ann101 (519)
• China
20 May 10
I guess its refers to the examination performance.Alpha is the highest grade or mark and beta is the second grade or mark in the examination.So the sentence is mean that the score has raised from second grade to the highest grade. Hope my answer can be helpful to you.
• China
20 May 10
Thank you very much for your answer. It is very helpful.
@CJscott (4184)
• Canada
20 May 10
Is that not "B" to my "A". Because Alpha is the first letter of the Greek Alphabet, and Beta is the second letter of the Greek Alphabet. I could be wrong, I frequently am, better examine the facts. With Appreciation.
• China
20 May 10
Yes, I guess they are the same. Thanks a looooot!haha