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Sarah rolled a fair six-sided die 24 times. The table below shows the number of times each number was rolled According to the results in the chart, what is the experimental probability of getting an even number on the die? fraction 9 over 24 fraction 10 over 24 fraction 15 over 24 fraction 16 over 24

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    @Algorithmic @manutd30 @holmes12 @dan815

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    3/6

  7. anonymous
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    thats not a answer choice

  8. Barrelracer17
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    what are the choices?

  9. anonymous
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    fraction 9 over 24 fraction 10 over 24 fraction 15 over 24 fraction 16 over 24

  10. Barrelracer17
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    9 over 24 i do believe

  11. anonymous
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    thanks c:

  12. anonymous
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    could i ask you one more question

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    @Barrelracer17

  14. anonymous
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    The probability that an event will occur is 1. Which of the following best describes the likelihood of the event occurring? Likely Certain Unlikely Impossible

  15. GoldPhenoix
    • one year ago
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    I believe it's 15/24. 2, 4 and 6 are even numbers. They appeared 15 times in total. So isn't the experimental probability of getting an even number 15/24?

  16. anonymous
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    yeah i see what you could mean

  17. GoldPhenoix
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    1 appears 6 times out of 24. Therefore, the likelihood of the event occurring in simplest form is 1/4. I would choose unlikely because I would defined unlikely as a chance of less than half but more than 0. =)

  18. Barrelracer17
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    sorry i wasnt much help :(

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