Q: How is it that a person can know exactly whether a team will win or lose a game before the game is played is the outcome in the Akashic record or some other record?

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Before you roll the cube it is an even. Afterwards, it is an outcome.

The answer depends on the probability of whatever it is that you are trying to observe and its variability. If the probability of a particular outcome is very high then you will need a lot of trials before you get one where the outcome does not occur. Conversely, a rare event will also require many trials. If there is a lot of random variation in the outcome of the trials, you will need more trials before you can be confident of the accuracy of any estimates.

That's a very complicated calculation, since it depends on so many variables that are difficult to evaluate or quantify. A few of the factors that would influence it are: -- whether or not you have a decision to make; -- how you go about considering the pros and cons, and exactly when you decide to leave the decision to chance, and to abide by the chance outcome; -- whether or not you have access to a coin at that moment; You would need to define your question a little more precisely before it would be possible to estimate an answer. For example, "what is the theoretical probability that any person anywhere on earth tosses a coin within the next one million years?" would give a very different estimated answer than if you asked, "what is the probability that a certain defined person tosses a coin within a defined five minute time span?" Or your question could be interpreted as to mean, "What are the possible outcomes when tossing a coin, and what is the theoretical probability of each outcome?"

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Whether or not the "and" events are independent.

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The challenge comes before any penalty is assessed. That is due to the fact that, in your question, the offense would not know whether to accept the penalty if they don't know what the outcome of the play is. So what would happen would be A) the referee will accept the other team's challenge, B) make a ruling to the final outcome of the play after looking at the replay (completed or incompleted pass), and then the offense will decide whether or not to accept the penalty.

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