Originally Posted by deepsand
Small quibble: Since TBPR is not linear, but a percentile ranking, this may of may not be the case, depending on the Actual PR
values of the source pages in question.
Without knowing the spread of Actual PR
values, it's difficult to predict the relative values of TBPRs.
That's true, and there are other factors that may come into play. For example, the link's position on a page may influence PageRank ... but I was trying to express, as you know, the idea that a link from a PR1 page could be more valuable, depending on the number of outbound links, than a link from a page with higher PR