anonymous
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Please I need help! I am only 12 so please dont be mean. At West Middle School, 30% of students have a dog, 20% of students have a cat, 10% of students have another kind of pet, and 40% of students have no pets. a) Explain how you can use a random-number table to find the experimental probability that in a group of 5 students, at least 2 will have a dog. b) Use your model from part a and the table below to find the experimental probability that in a group of 5 students, at least 2 will have a dog.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
a) one possible method: assign each student a random one-digit number. If the number is 0-2, the student has a dog. if the number is 3 or 4 the student has a cat. If the number is 5 the student has another kind of pet. If the number is 6-9 the student has no pet.

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