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THE STUDENTS IN MR HENLYS CLASS PREDICTED THAT IF THEY EACH ROLLED A DIE 90 TIMES THE RESULT OF 1 OUT OF EVERY 6 ROLLS WOULD BE A 5. Each student then completed the experiment which result best supports the prediction of getting a 5 once out of 6 times. ( the question didn't say how many students were in the class)

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