Probability theory predicts that there is a 12% chance of a particular softball player hitting 2 home runs in a row. Which of these numbers of simulations of the softball player hitting balls would be most likely to produce results that are closest to those predicted by probability

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I'm guessing you're given a list of choices?

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ys 90 80 70 and 100

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- jim_thompson5910

can I see a screenshot of the full problem?

- jim_thompson5910

something seems off but I'm not sure

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There

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thanks

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The only thing I can think of is that the more trials there are, the closer the experimental probability gets to the theoretical probability. So that would make 100 be the best answer in my opinion. Since it's the largest choice.

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okay ill try that thank you

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