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  • one year ago

Which ratio best defines experimental probability? Number of times an event occurs: Total number of times the activity is performed Total number of times the activity is performed: Number of times an event occurs Number of nonfavorable outcomes: Number of possible outcomes Number of possible outcomes: Number of nonfavorable outcomes

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    I wasn't sure which one it'd be the way the choices are given, but on a website it says, "Experimental probability of an event is the ratio of the number of times the event occurs to the total number of trials." :) hope that helps

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