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A spinner has 4 equal sectors colored yellow, blue, green, and red. If in 100 spins we get 24 blue(B), 27 red ( R ), 21 green (G), and 28 yellow (Y) outcomes, find the empirical probability of getting color P(G).

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  1. anonymous
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    Empirical probability is just an "estimated" probability using data collected (empirical becomes theoretical if you run the experiment infinite times) therefore, the probability of getting green is 21/100 or 21%

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