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    Elizabeth has a hat filled with three colored beads green, purple, and pink. Elizabeth randomly pulls tiles out of the bag, records the color, and places the tile back into the bag. She repeats this 50 times and recorded the results in the table above. What is the experimental probability that Elizabeth will pull out a purple tile?

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    26/50 or 52%. http://www.icoachmath.com/math_dictionary/experimental_probability.html

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    i need how you got the answer

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    Well, I'm not actually sure how the tiles relate to the beads. Was the picture cut off? I just found that there were 50 total trials, and 26 purple beads were pulled, therefore 26/50 which is also 52%, which can be found by putting 26/50 in your calculator.

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    there is no picture and idk why its says beads and tiles

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    Haha, well, then... Assuming there was a miswording in the question, then the experimental probability would just be 26/52 or 52%, depending wha your teacher would rather see. The fraction and percent should both be correct. Need any more help?

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    Bozo the clown brings a total of 20 balloons to Jake’s birthday party. There are 7 yellow, 2 red, and 11 green balloons. He reaches into his pocket and randomly selects a color to make a balloon animal. If he pulls a yellow balloon first, what is the probability of the next color to be selected randomly will also be yellow?

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    I'm not sure about this one, sorry.

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    its fine

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