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the wheel from question 4 has 18 red numbers, 18 black numbers and i green number ( the zero). some contestants choose either red or black since they think black will win half the time and red will win half the time a) use theoreticaal probability to show why this is an incorrect retriceumption. b) if the wheel is spun 740 times, how many spins will result in a black number? c) if there was no zero, how would your answer to part b) change?

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  1. anonymous
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    Ok. What's question 4? and what's i?

  2. anonymous
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    i confused?

  3. anonymous
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    sorry it has to be 1 green nnumber

  4. anonymous
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    a) 18/37 is not 1/2. b) 740*18/37 is the expected # of spins that result in a black number. c). what zero? 0o

  5. anonymous
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    for a, because there is 1 green number, it throws the equation off balance, so 18/37 does not equal 1/2

  6. anonymous
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    c) 740 times 18/37= 360

  7. anonymous
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    Man how do you guys get all thosse answers?

  8. anonymous
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    very carefully, jk. do you at least get our explanations?

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