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Anikate

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You plant 40 seeds of a certain flower and 26 of them sprout. Find the experimental probability that the next seed planted will sprout.

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  1. anonymous
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    51 percent

  2. Anikate
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    how?

  3. anonymous
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    hmmm... i think it might be 65%

  4. anonymous
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    you have a 26/40 success rate so far... so 26 divided by 40 is .65 or 65%

  5. Anikate
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    plz tell me how to find out. It can even be a fraction.

  6. anonymous
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    you successfully grow 26 out of 40 plants... so 26/40=.65... .65*100=65%

  7. Anikate
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    oh ok I get it thx?

  8. anonymous
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    no problem?

  9. Anikate
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    wait

  10. Anikate
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    ir has to be an experimental probablity

  11. anonymous
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    Experimental probability = number of times the event occurs / total number of trials.

  12. Anikate
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    so it would be?

  13. anonymous
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    the same... probability is .65

  14. Anikate
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    oh ok

  15. anonymous
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    or, (13/20) if you need a fraction

  16. Anikate
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    thx

  17. anonymous
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    np, good luck

  18. Anikate
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    u 2

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