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Which ratio best defines experimental probability? Number of times an event occurs:Total number of times the activity is performed Total number of times the activity is performed:Number of times an event occurs Number of nonfavorable outcomes:Number of possible outcomes Number of possible outcomes:Number of nonfavorable outcomes
Well I don't know how really to explain this without giving a direct answer...but http://www.mathgoodies.com/glossary/term.asp?term=experimental%20probability that should probably help you out
Close, other way around. It's the number of times occurs to the total times.
Yes, it was actually in the link
wait is it A or B?
"Experimental probability is the ratio of the number of times an event occurs to the total number of trials or times the activity is performed."
C'mon man just read the sentence..
thanks :) sorry by the way, lol
This one should be pretty straight forward you want to find the amount of white beads in a total of 1000, so what is the original ratio out of a 100?
um, i dont get it
You're just suppose to multiply the original ratio by 1000
whats the original ratio?
Read your question and tell me what you think
It's not difficult see if you can figure it out first, out of a 100 trials how many times was white pulled out, just read the boxes.
Yes, that's it! Because the original you have 27/100 multiply that by 1000 you get 270 :-)
That's all to it, not so hard right?