8/29 + 13/100 + 4/25 + 17/300 = 0.6225 = 62.25%
This is the first equation for my faction. The probability of us surviving is 62.25 percent which is really good and I will be able to survive. The action plan is going to help us in deciding how we’re going to survive, the steps and plans we need to do in order to find the needs we need. The sound device we will use is Triston 's sound device which is a tank with lots of horns that are extremely loud that can harm the zombies ears really bad which would force them to walk away from our headquarters. A Work schedule is going to help a lot during the zombie apocalypse because everyone will have a task to find stuff we need like water, food, shelter, and guns. The work schedule is going to also save us a lot time too. The conic device that is going to hide us from the zombies is Austin’s Hyperbola tower. His tower will be able to hide only humans and only humans can get in, which...
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...ugh for everyone to survive because the chances are 49% which is not good at all.
A zombie apocalypse will be hard to survive by yourself, but working with other people will be much better and easier. After doing the 3 factions we figured out that the best faction of us surviving will be faction number that uses all the plans in order to survive. The plan that faction number 2 uses are Action Plan, Work Schedule, Sound Device that lures the zombies away, Sound Device that repels the zombies away, and Sound Device that hides us from the zombies. By using all those plans and picking faction number 2 we have a probability of surviving by a percentage of 67.65 percent. This result will give us the ability to stay alive and survive the zombie apocalypse. Thanks to the math we used for this event were able to survive and stay alive by doing task works that help a lot.
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