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anonymous
 4 years ago
Marna runs at the track each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Each day that she ran, she recorded the number of people that were at the track. Below are her results for observations on four Mondays, three Wednesdays, and three Fridays. The first Monday she saw 6 people, the next Monday she saw 1 person, the next she saw 2 people, etc. Match each scenario with the experimental probability that it will occur.
Monday: 6, 1, 2, 8
Wednesday: 5, 2, 4
Friday: 5, 8, 1
1.more than 4 people at the track
2.less than 2 people at the track
3.no more than 5 people at the track
4.at least 4 people at track
anonymous
 4 years ago
Marna runs at the track each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Each day that she ran, she recorded the number of people that were at the track. Below are her results for observations on four Mondays, three Wednesdays, and three Fridays. The first Monday she saw 6 people, the next Monday she saw 1 person, the next she saw 2 people, etc. Match each scenario with the experimental probability that it will occur. Monday: 6, 1, 2, 8 Wednesday: 5, 2, 4 Friday: 5, 8, 1 1.more than 4 people at the track 2.less than 2 people at the track 3.no more than 5 people at the track 4.at least 4 people at track

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anonymous
 4 years ago
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