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    You flip a coin 30 times and get heads 11 times, so the chance of getting heads is . Is this an example of theoretical or experimental probability? A) theoretical B) experimental

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    do u know the difference between theoretical and experimental ?

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    its kinda experimental

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  4. dmezzullo Group Title
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    Well @Luis_Rivera could u explain ur answer if possible,

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    .*

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    it is experimental next question

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    wow...way to use a over used profile picture...that is all over the internet...

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  8. SaNdY_CuTe Group Title
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    I know SnuggieLad I just like that picture so cool and cute so .... u have problem with that???

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    Experimental probability of an event is the ratio of the number of times the event occurs to the total number of trials. Example a number is rolled cube 50 times. A 3 appeared 10 times. Then the experimental probability of rolling a 3 is 10 out of 50 or 20%.

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    U 2 ?

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  11. SaNdY_CuTe Group Title
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    Your Real pic is 2 wolfs or whatever that is ?

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  12. SaNdY_CuTe Group Title
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    Thats not your real pic k

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  13. SaNdY_CuTe Group Title
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    Thank You Any way!

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  14. SnuggieLad Group Title
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    wow...i see why she needs help...when you knock on the upstairs door nobodys gunna answer...right @Luis_Rivera

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