Cole rolls a number cube multiple times and records the data in the table above. At the end of the experiment, he counts that he has rolled 190 fours. Find the experimental probability of rolling a four, based on Cole’s experiment. Round the answer to the nearest thousandth. I will give a medal!!!!!!!!! Please help

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Cole rolls a number cube multiple times and records the data in the table above. At the end of the experiment, he counts that he has rolled 190 fours. Find the experimental probability of rolling a four, based on Cole’s experiment. Round the answer to the nearest thousandth. I will give a medal!!!!!!!!! Please help

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then cross multiply i think
the choices are A. 0.167 B. 0.190 C. 0.333 D. 0.667
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yes
thats not a choice though
no
let me write this down
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OH IT'S 1 OVER 6 BECAUSE THERE'S ONLY ONE SIDE WITH FOUR ON IT
SO 1/6 * 19/100
19/600
.032
okay so the answer is C
oh nope thats .333
the struggle is real
lol yeh
so what should i do
let's just try 190/1000
.19 nope
what else can i do to find it
ummm...
let's see...
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
ummm...
lets use what's on the table
does it saw how many times he rolled the cube per trial?
no
D:
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
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that's .190
There were 1000 trials, and 190 rolls, so the rolls/the trials, or 190/1000
okay thank you!!!!!!
You're welcome.
hey can you help me with another one
Yeah.
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
oops 3/12
so 3/12 vs. 2/12
Experimental is 1/12 more
A
so it would be A
Yep!
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.
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