# Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Challenger"

• ## The meaning of "Challenger" in various phrases and sentences

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2. sorry, I meant "is fighting"

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2. This is actually a complex issue. The way the districts are set up (gerrymandering) it separates people based on where they live. For example: some areas of town only have rich people because it costs so much to live there. They usually vote for the same party so the candidate is safe to be re-elected if he makes the people in his area happy. Usually they don't get ideas from a headquarters. They have a team of people they hire to get them re elected.

• ## Similar words to "Challenger" and their differences

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2. "Here comes a new challenger", is more natural to say. Both phrases mean the same thing in the end.

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• ## Other questions about "Challenger"

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2. “Who will challenge him? Tom or Mike?” or “Will Tom challenge him, or will Mike?”

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2. As I was reading a book this morning, I came across this interesting paradox. A man named Monty Hall was the host of the American TV game show "Let's Make a Deal" in which he would make challengers choose one of three doors. Behind one of them is a new car, and behind each of other two a goat. If a contestant chooses the door of the car, he wins it. After the challenger made his decision, Monty Hall would open one of other doors, behind which is always a goat. Then Monty Hall would ask him if he wants to change his choice. The problem is: if the challenger changes his mind, will his probability of winning a car will change? My instinct suggests that the probability would never change, but the fact is that switching door makes the chance of winning twice as much as the before. I loved probability in math class when I was at school. Yet, I couldn't begin to understand this even after reading the page for the Monty Hall problem on Wikipedia.

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2. I believe that this is incredibly well written, good job

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2. In American politics we have 2 major political parties (the Democratic Party and the Republican Party) as well as a few “3rd party” minor political parties. One of these minor political parties is the Libertarian Party. In the 2016 US Presidential election the Libertarian Party held elections and nominated Gary Johnson as presidential nominee and Mr. Weld as the vice-presidential nominee. They did not win the election, but if they did Gov. Johnson would have become the President of the United States and Mr. Weld would have become the Vice-President of the United States. “Ticket” is a slang-term for the two people who run together as president and vice-president nominees.

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