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Identify the resulting probability as theoretical or experimental. The outcomes for rolling a number cube with faces labeled 1− 6 are equally likely. Find the probability that the number rolled is at least a 4. A. The experimental probability is . B. The experimental probability is . C. The theoretical probability is . D. The theoretical probability is .

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  1. anonymous
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    which one do you think it is

  2. Foxythepirate0984
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    i just noticed it never showns the fractions, A. is 1/2 B.is 1/2 C.is 1/2 and D is 1/2

  3. Foxythepirate0984
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    all of them are 1/2

  4. Foxythepirate0984
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    nO B and D are 1/3

  5. Foxythepirate0984
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    @KyanTheDoodle Help please

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    someone Help

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    @Thesmarterone

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    @love_rana Can you help?

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    @Love_Ranaa

  10. love_ranaa
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    Either we never learned theoretical probability in school or I never paid attention to it .. Sorry ..

  11. Foxythepirate0984
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    its ok i understand

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    @Thesmarterone

  13. love_ranaa
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    Experimental probability is the ratio of the number of times an event occurs to the total number of trials or times the activity is performed.

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