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The table shows the number of men and women who have entered a grocery store.

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    What is the experimental probability that the next person to enter the store w ill be a man?

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    Experimental probability is like the probability after doing something and considering the previous results. So, total people who entered were 55 in number. 30 of them were men. So the experimental probability would be 30 in 55 or 6 in 11.

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