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Wolfboy
 3 years ago
if 152 out of 722 students would choose fish for lunch, what is the experimental probability that a student chosen at random will choose fish? (1 point) about 5% about 21% about 4% about 22%
Wolfboy
 3 years ago
if 152 out of 722 students would choose fish for lunch, what is the experimental probability that a student chosen at random will choose fish? (1 point) about 5% about 21% about 4% about 22%

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.021.05% this is one of those questions where they try and make you overthink it. Random is the key word
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