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anonymous
 5 years ago
Martin flipped a coin 10 times and had 2 tails and 8 heads. He concluded that the experimental probability of flipping heads is 80%. What should he do to get an experimental probability that is closer to the theoretical probability?
a. flip the coin 5 more times
b. flip 2 coins at once for each trial
c. flip the coin 100 times
d. use a different coin
EXPLAIN!!!
anonymous
 5 years ago
Martin flipped a coin 10 times and had 2 tails and 8 heads. He concluded that the experimental probability of flipping heads is 80%. What should he do to get an experimental probability that is closer to the theoretical probability? a. flip the coin 5 more times b. flip 2 coins at once for each trial c. flip the coin 100 times d. use a different coin EXPLAIN!!!

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