, 28.10.2019 14:46 20201947

# Your best friend asked you to accompany him to a carnival to play games of chances. according to him, his horoscope states that he is so lucky that day and he wants to try his luck at the carnival. how will you convince him not to go to the carnival? a. i will ask him to review very well his notes on probability so that he can apply them to a real life situation like this. b. i will tell him that what is written in the horoscope is sometimes true and sometimes false so he would rather not go to the carnival. c. i will give him instances wherein he could see the real picture of having a very little chance of winning so that he will not be wasting his money and time. d. i will convince him not to go to the carnival this time because we have to finish first our project in probability. anyway, there will be other times to go and enjoy all the games there.

### Another question on Math

Math, 28.10.2019 14:45
A. express the following phrases in symbols.1. the sum of the product of x and y and the quotient of b and d 2. the difference of m and n, subtracted from 153. one-third of a number which is 4 more than x4. the sum of x and 5, multiplied by the cube of x5. the square of the difference of x and 36. five times the square of x, increased by 17. quotient of the sum of b and c, and the difference of a and b8. three-fourths x subtracted from 89. twice the cube of the difference of m and n10. one-fifth the quotient of p and 1, diminished by 4​
Math, 28.10.2019 14:46
How can you justify the inequality that exists between these triangles?