Q: The graph comparing the income a consumer makes over a lifetime with expenses over a lifetime is called the time probability?

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Overall, the probability is very close to 0.

The risk of an accident - fatal or otherwise - is not constant over a person's lifetime. Young and inexperienced drivers or elderly drivers with slower reflexes, for example, are at higher risk. Also, different age groups make different numbers of road trips. In real life, therefore, it is quite unreasonable to extrapolate the 1 fatal accident in 4 million trips to 50,000 trips.

Not in your lifetime.

I have read that the average person sleeps 25 years in their lifetime.

The correct answer is that on average, an American will eat 35,000 (Thirty-five thousand) cookies in their lifetime.

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Overall, the probability is very close to 0.