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A spinner has three sections. The table shows the results of spinning the arrow on the spinner 80 times. Three column table. First column values are Section 1 and 28. Second column values are Section 2 and 36. Third column values are Section 3 and 16. What is the experimental probability of the arrow stopping over Section 1?

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    Since we know that in section one the spinning arrows stopped 28 times, we can make a fraction out of it by putting it out of the total number of spinning (80), Which is really 28/80. Now you can use the GCF to then simplify it furthur.

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