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  • 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?

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  1. Mehek14
    • one year ago
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    how many times was pink pulled out?

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

  3. anonymous
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    17

  4. anonymous
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    @Mehek14 17

  5. Mehek14
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    how many total stars?

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

  7. Mehek14
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    correct so \(\dfrac{17}{60}\) pink stars

  8. Mehek14
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    now \(\dfrac{tails}{total~fips}\)

  9. anonymous
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    \[\frac{ 34 }{ 60}\]

  10. Mehek14
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    now multiply \(\dfrac{17}{60}*\dfrac{34}{60}=answer\)

  11. anonymous
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    \[\frac{ 578 }{ 3600 }\]

  12. anonymous
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    ?

  13. Mehek14
    • one year ago
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    so A \(\large{\ddot\smile}\)

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