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Linda pulls out a tie from a box containing blue, black, and red ties. She records the color and places it back into the box. The table below shows the frequency of each color afteHow many red draws can you expect if the ties are pulled out 1,000 times?
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taramgrant0543664
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So there are three options and there is only one red tie she should be picking the red tie out one third of the time but do you have the table I would like to see that to double check so I'm not just assuming?
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taramgrant0543664
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So from the table we can see that she picked the red tie 55 times out of 100 so she should be able to do that continuously so for each 100 she should be able to pick the red tie out 55 times so out of 1000 means you just have to multiply 55 by 10
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got 550
taramgrant0543664
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Yep she should pull the red tie out 550 times out of 1000
anonymous
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thank you
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No problem!!
anonymous
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can you help with one more
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Ya for sure
anonymous
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okay
anonymous
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A box contains 100 colored chips; some are pink and some are blue. Milton chooses a chip at random, records the color, and places it back in the bag. Milton has recorded 12 pink chips and 18 blue chips. Using these results, what is the predicted number of pink chips in the box?
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taramgrant0543664
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So for every 12 pink chips there are 18 blue chips so this totals 30 chips 100/30= 3.33 so there should be 12 times 3.33 chips
taramgrant0543664
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You can also do 12/30 since there are 12 pink chips and thirty in that total you'll find this equals 0.4 or 40% so out of 100 there should be 40 pink chips
anonymous
  • anonymous
so 40 is the answer
taramgrant0543664
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Yes it should be
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thanks you again
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