== == At this point he is likely considering which one he would rather have sex with. I don't think that he is considering anything. If he only shows interest in one woman it is because he is only intersted in one of the women. The woman who isn't getting any attention should just find another guy and wish the other two the best of luck. Unless he is normal and then he is thinking how to get them both in bed. Two equally beautiful women! WOW! Some one thinks high of them self! Fanny tightness. I'd say he is considering personality.
Most likely not considering the age gap of,like,5 years.
Two events that have the same chance of happening. For example, if I flip a coin the event of obtaining a 'head' is equally as likely as the event of obtaining a 'tail'. But equally likely does not mean 0.5 probability. It's possible that it's equally likely that someone in Ontario, Canada will die from being stung by a wasp as from being electrocuted in their kitchen at home. Neither event is very likely but the two events could be equally likely.
equally likely means as likely as the other side ex: 1 piece of candy on this side,1 piece of candy on that side
If you randomly pick a date in April how many equally likely outcomes are there?
chemistry or biolodgy because they seem more fun although they are all equally hard to do as physic's -written by an 11yr old
Not likely, considering that it has no surface.
They are events that have the same probability of occurrence.
no both can get it equally
It means the probability is equal for all of them. If you were to grab one the chances of grabbing another are the same. But in this case it is only equally likely for the red and the green. But if you were to grab two the chances would be equally likely because of the amount of spinners.
Both heads and tails are equally likely.
They are equally likely or equiprobable.
it means that it has a 50% chance of happening
that everything is a equal part of a whole.
If the cube is fair and balanced like Fox, then there are six equally likely outcomes,or so they would have you believe.
When the n events of a given aleatory experiment are equally likely, the theoreticalprobability of any one of the n events is: P(E) = 1/n
they are all equally likely, just like flipping a coin.
Two events are equally unlikely if the probability that they do not happen is the same for each event. And, since the probability of an event happening and not happening must add to 1, equally unlikely events are also equally likely,
no, it is equally likely in either sex
There are 210 = 1024 of them.