# mathematics

the theoretical probability of winning the lottery is 1/1,000,000,000.which of the ff is true if you purchase a lottery ticket?A.you will only win the lottery if you buy 1,000,000,000.B.you will never win the lottery.C.you will definitely win the lottery.D.you might win the lottery,but the odds against winning are very high.What option is the right answer?

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