Posted by **Tori** on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at 9:13pm.

Your teacher has a large box containing an equal number of red and blue folders. There are 24 students in your class. The teacher passes out folders at random. Ten students recieve a red folder. Compare the experimental probability of recieving a red folder with the theoretical probability of recieving a red folder.

Please help! I'm so confused!

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