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Mary pulls out a bead from a bag containing white, red, and yellow beads. She records the color and places it back into the bag. The table below shows the frequency of each color after 100 beads are pulled out. How many white draws can you expect if the beads are pulled out 1,000 times? 270 350 390 926

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    \(\dfrac{27}{100}=\dfrac{270}{1000}\)

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    \(100*10=1000\) so \(27*10=270\)

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