We need the table
then cross multiply i think
the choices are A. 0.167 B. 0.190 C. 0.333 D. 0.667
hang on a sec
thats not a choice though
let me write this down
OH IT'S 1 OVER 6 BECAUSE THERE'S ONLY ONE SIDE WITH FOUR ON IT
SO 1/6 * 19/100
okay so the answer is C
oh nope thats .333
the struggle is real
so what should i do
let's just try 190/1000
what else can i do to find it
experimental is how many times it happened...
i am confused about the table it says he has rolled 190 fours but i don't see it on the table
lets use what's on the table
does it saw how many times he rolled the cube per trial?
I think it's .190
yes i am 74% done with the class but i need to pass more lessons because the exam is tomorrow
There were 1000 trials, and 190 rolls, so the rolls/the trials, or 190/1000
okay thank you!!!!!!
hey can you help me with another one
What's the question?
A standard number cube was rolled multiple times, and the results were recorded in the table above. What can be said about the experimental probability of rolling a four versus the theoretical probability of rolling a four?
Theoretical probability is 1/6
experimental is 3/6
so 3/12 vs. 2/12
Experimental is 1/12 more
so it would be A
please can i ask you at least 2 more questions?
yeah ask them in new threads though, because i wont be able to get back to this page since its to old.