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bethjewell1996

Lynn and Dawn tossed a coin 60 times and got heads 33 times. What is the experimental probability of tossing heads using Lynn and Dawn’s results? (1 point) twenty over eleven nine over twenty eleven over twenty nine over eleven

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    probability of getting heads from experimental results = 33/60

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    @tomo so which one would that be

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    33/60= 11/20

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