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a prize wheel has the numbers 0 through 36 on equally spaced sectors the wheel is spun and contestants win a proze if the wheel stps at the number they choose. in 15 of the last 300 spins, the wheel stopped at the number 4. : a) find the theoretical probability of spinning 4 b) use the theoretical probability to calculate how many times the wheel stop at 4 in 300 spins and in 600 spins c) what is the experimental probability of spinning 4?

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