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Alinn flipped a coin 20 times. The coin landed heads up 12 times and tails up 8 times. Part A: Based on the results, what is the experimental probability of the coin landing heads up? Show your work. (5 points) Part B: What is the theoretical probability of the coin landing heads up? Show your work. (5 points)

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    second part should be easy right? coin has two sides and is fair

  3. anonymous
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    oh yeah part b im okay with c:

  4. anonymous
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    what do you think that is as a probability ?

  5. anonymous
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    for part b?

  6. anonymous
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    first part is "relative frequency": favorable over total

  7. anonymous
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    i only see A and B B is clearly \(\frac{1}{2}\)

  8. anonymous
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    so for part a i put relative frequency

  9. anonymous
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    12/20 is the "relative frequency"

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    thats what i would put c:

  11. anonymous
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    ????????

  12. anonymous
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    i would probably reduce the fraction

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    \[\frac{12}{20}=\frac{3}{5}\]

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    good idea

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