anonymous
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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 20. Second column values are Section 2 and 36. Third column values are Section 3 and 24. What is the experimental probability of the arrow stopping over Section 2? A. 1/36 B. 1/18 C. 9/20 D. 9/11 Graph: http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1419500_1420000/1419784/1/ec08c3f329baf7661cb6aa8b835f2de39ad9b523/MS_Alg_130926_181903.jpg
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C Or A

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anonymous
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@pooja195 C or A?
anonymous
  • anonymous
probably a but i really dont know
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anonymous
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so you really dont care what i say huh
anonymous
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:/ i do xD but i think the answer is C
anonymous
  • anonymous
well go with c then
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YoungStudier
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It's C @Demonx314
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c

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