Sam collected data to study whether the home team has an advantage at football. He found that the home team won 68 games that he studied and the visiting team won in 24 games. Based on sam's data, what is the probability, rounded to the nearest whole percent, that a home team will win a football game ?

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Sam collected data to study whether the home team has an advantage at football. He found that the home team won 68 games that he studied and the visiting team won in 24 games. Based on sam's data, what is the probability, rounded to the nearest whole percent, that a home team will win a football game ?

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@mathstudent55 can you help me ?
Probability is all about division. Usually it's the number of "good" outcomes divided by the total number of outcomes. Here, you're asked for the probability that the home team wins. First off, how many "good" outcomes occurred in the sample space? (the games that were studied)
68

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That's right. And how many total outcomes were studied?
92 ?
Okay ^^ So, you have 68 "good" outcomes and a total of 92. Probability is "good" outcomes divided by total outcomes Can you work it out from here?
So it would be 68 divided by 92 ?
Yup. Use your calculator, your browser, heck, use your mental powers, if that's what you're into :D ^^
I used my calculator & I got 073913043
I forgot to put my decimal point it was between the 0 and 7
Okay. Almost there. What is that in percent? And not that I'm doubting your abilities of recollection, but just in case... To convert a decimal such as 0.252913 into percent, simply move the decimal point two places to the right, then affix a % sign. Like this... 0.252913 = 25.2913% ^_^
Okay, I did it and I got 73%
Nope. Almost, but not quite. You're asked to round it to the nearest whole percent ^^
But the answer choices for this question are : A)68% B)74% C)76% D)92%
73% isn't even one of the choices ^^ Next best thing?
I think it's B - 74%
Hehe... I'll cut the suspense. We both know it's 74%
Lol yeah thanks a lot I really appreciated your help :)
But not because it's the "next best thing" Think about it. Don't you think 73.9 is far closer to 74 than it is to 73? You were doing so well leading up to the answer, but were slightly off in the last step. That's okay, though. It's best you make your mistakes here than on the actual tests... Well done :D
Do you mind helping me with another problem?
I very much WOULD mind >:(
AHAHAHAHA Kidding Hit me. ^_^
Lol kk :) 😂
A chemical mixture is being heated. At 10:00, the mixtures temperature was -4°C. If the temperature is increasing at a constant rate of 0.5° per minute, when will it reach 20°C ?
I'm sorry... my internet connection went down D:
Its okay @terenzreignz
You can just call me Kurt ^^ Anyway, this should be simple enough... It increases by half a degree for every minute, right? By how many degrees do you want it to increase, in total
I'm not sure but the answer choices are A)10:48 B)10:32 C)10:12 D)10:08
Forget those. How many degrees to 20 if you start at -4?
24 or -16

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