anonymous
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Joshua flips the disc shown below 15 times: A disc with two layers is shown. The top layer is shaded in a darker shade of gray, and the lower section of the disc is white. What is the probability that the 16th flip will result in the disc landing white side up?
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I am pretty sure you used the wrong image.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Nope, thats the right one...
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The graph about Monthly Hours Worked and Monthly Hours talking on the phone is the right graph for the gray and white disc?
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Are you SURE?
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Yeah, thats the same file...
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Well how are we supposed to help you if you do not give us all of the components of the problem?

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