FAN AND MEDAL Brian tossed a paper cup a total of 25 times and records the data below on how the cup landed.

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FAN AND MEDAL Brian tossed a paper cup a total of 25 times and records the data below on how the cup landed.

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Find the experiment probability for the following a. Open side up: b. Closed side up: c. Landing on its side:

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\[\frac{ What \space you're \space looking \space for }{ total }\]
Just substitute "What you're looking for" with the open side up, closed side up, and landed on side. And of course, simplify if necessary.
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I'll give you an example. Substitute the open side up, which is 3, and the total, which is 25, to get \[\frac{3}{25}\] That will be your experimental probability for the open side up. Now you do the others.
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