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  • one year ago

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 two versus the theoretical probability of rolling a two?

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  1. snivvles.com
    • one year ago
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    theoretical is 1/6

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    so would it be theatrical probability of 1/6 is greater than experimental

  3. snivvles.com
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    Maybe. Can you send the table?

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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  5. anonymous
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    do you know it?

  6. snivvles.com
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    hang on sorry

  7. anonymous
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    ok

  8. snivvles.com
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    4/12

  9. snivvles.com
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    so 2/12 vs. 4/12

  10. snivvles.com
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    experimental is 2/12 more, or 1/6

  11. snivvles.com
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    so D

  12. anonymous
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    great last question. I think its A but i don't know Tony spins a spinner that has an equal chance of stopping on one of four colors: red, blue, green, or yellow. He then flips a fair coin. What is the sample space of the experiment?

  13. anonymous
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  14. anonymous
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    are you still here?

  15. snivvles.com
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    yeah

  16. anonymous
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    i don't know if its a or c

  17. snivvles.com
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    sample space is all possible outcomes, so {red, heads; green, heads; blue, heads; yellow, heads; yellow, tails; blue, tails; green, tails; red, tails}

  18. snivvles.com
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    so c

  19. anonymous
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    great thanks i passed it thank youuuuuu!!!!!

  20. snivvles.com
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    no problem

  21. snivvles.com
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    fan pls

  22. snivvles.com
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    k bi bi

  23. anonymous
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    bye

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