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The table shows the results of drawing colored marbles from a bag. What would be expected to happen to the experimental probability of drawing a blue marble as the number of draws increases? A. The experimental probability will likely decrease. B. The experimental probability will likely increase. C. The experimental probability will likely stay about the same. http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1416500_1417000/1416601/1/3dbbb9a04d686ceb9713f84a48969ce627bf1211/FGA_130913_160917.jpg

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    :)

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    Erm, it's either B or C, I is not sure, sorry :P

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