PLEASE HELP 8

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Basing the Results on Probability
A. Calculation

B. Abstraction

C. Classification

D. Relation

C

  • PLEASE HELP 8 -

    You are correct.

  • PLEASE HELP 8 -

    Excuse me. I accidentally wrote the incorrect answer. C. is incorrect, kesha.

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