This is a general question.
Will a packet loss get bigger if there are more hops (and thus more milliseconds) along the path?
Say, I ping a server1 from its default gateway R1 and get 2% packet loss.
And if I ping server1 from R10 located 10 hops away, and there are ~400ms total delay along the path, then the packet loss percentage as seen on R10 will increase proportionally? Is it that simple?