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Is the probability that your team will win the big game a function of the amount of time you practice together? Justify.

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    Logicaly, the probability to win the big game is NOT a function of the amount of time you practice together. This is because time alone does not relate to the improvement of the skills of the team, as other factors, such as the instructor, training style, dedication of players, current skill level, and many others exist too. Also, this formula would not be right and reliable as it is not in relation to the other team's practice time. Time alone is simply too little data to come up with a probability.

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