Tyrone rolls a standard number cube multiple times and records the data in the table above. At the end of the experiment, he counts that he has rolled 155 sixes. Find the experimental probability of rolling a six, based on Tyrone’s experiment. Round the answer to the nearest thousandth.

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Tyrone rolls a standard number cube multiple times and records the data in the table above. At the end of the experiment, he counts that he has rolled 155 sixes. Find the experimental probability of rolling a six, based on Tyrone’s experiment. Round the answer to the nearest thousandth.

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So he got 155 sixes out of 1000 rolls so to determine the problility of rolling a six so I'm pretty sure all you would have to do is 155/1000 to find the answer you want
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@taramgrant0543664 its not asking for the percent he rolled. its asking for the probility of getting the 6. ill give you the answer if you medal
ok
C
can u tell me y?
Ya I just realized that technically it is the probability for 100 roles
Sorry 1000 roles
its \[1\div 6\]
if its just a guess for the medal tell me i wil let u keep the metal i just dont want to get it wrong
For one role your probabity of rolling a 6 is 1 in 6 so 1/6
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oh so it is right tahnks
You have one number you want and there are six options so that's why it's 1/6 for one role
what bout this one
no wait. shes right its 155/1000
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correction the first one is B
is this true @taramgrant0543664
wait. chance is this a test you are in??
no
home work
why?
then why does it say "unit test"?
well u see
its a bug
its homework last one for the sectioon
For that second question I'm not sure I've never done that stuff before sorry!
its ok
tara dont answer it. we cannot answer for a test.
at least you tryed thats all that matters or read it
ok its not a test
it wouldnt say "Unit Test" if it wasnt a test.
so what your saying is that im lying
if u think im lying then get out buy
bye
thats exactly what im saying
bye
bye
ok i am going to put a diff ? because this guy so BYE
come back when you arent in test

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