## anonymous one year ago Shana uses a probability simulator to pull colored stars from a bag 60 times and to flip a coin 60 times. The results are shown in the tables below: Color of Star Number of Times Pulled Pink 17 Yellow 19 Violet 24 Heads Tails 26 34 Using Shana's simulation, what is the probability of pulling a pink star and the coin landing on tails?

1. Mehek14

how many times was pink pulled out?

2. anonymous

A. fraction 578 over 3,600 B. fraction 646 over 3,600 C. fraction 34 over 60 D. fraction 51 over 60

3. anonymous

17

4. anonymous

@Mehek14 17

5. Mehek14

how many total stars?

6. anonymous

dont know it says that they drew them out 60 times :/

7. Mehek14

correct so $$\dfrac{17}{60}$$ pink stars

8. Mehek14

now $$\dfrac{tails}{total~fips}$$

9. anonymous

$\frac{ 34 }{ 60}$

10. Mehek14

now multiply $$\dfrac{17}{60}*\dfrac{34}{60}=answer$$

11. anonymous

$\frac{ 578 }{ 3600 }$

12. anonymous

?

13. Mehek14

so A $$\large{\ddot\smile}$$