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Jenny has some tiles in a bag. The tiles are of three different colors: purple, pink, and orange. Jenny randomly pulls a tile out of the bag, records the color, and replaces the tile in the bag. She does this 50 times. The results are recorded in the given table:

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    What is the experimental probability that Jenny will pull out a purple tile?

  3. anonymous
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    would I have to add all the #?

  4. Mehek14
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    \(\dfrac{purple}{total}\)

  5. Mehek14
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    add all of them for total

  6. Mehek14
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    6+18+26

  7. anonymous
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    6/50

  8. Mehek14
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    simplify

  9. Mehek14
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    divide by 2

  10. anonymous
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    6/50*2?

  11. Mehek14
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    no 6/2 and 50/2

  12. anonymous
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    3 and 25?

  13. Mehek14
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    that's the answer \(\dfrac{3}{25}\)

  14. anonymous
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    that is not in my choice of answers

  15. Mehek14
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    hmm what do you have?

  16. anonymous
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    6/50....44/50....6/44.....18/44

  17. Mehek14
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    then 6/50

  18. Mehek14
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    i thought your answer would've been simplified

  19. Mehek14
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    but it's still the same \(\dfrac{6}{50}=\dfrac{3}{25}\)

  20. anonymous
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    thx @Mehek14

  21. Mehek14
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    np

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