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IN 10 FREE THROWS, PAMELA MADE 3 SHOTS. WHAT IS THE EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY THAT PAMELA WILL MAKE HER NEXT FREE THROW?

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    probability approx number of times event occurs\total number of trials.
    3 shots divided by 10 free throws = .3 is the probability of making next free throw.

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