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Ms.Cantu pulled 20 candies out of a bowl at random. She recorded the results in the table,and then she placed the candies back in the bowl.
Sweet=9
Sour=2
Licorice=5
Mint=4
If Ms.Cantu pulls 5 more candies,which is the most reasonable prediction of the number of candies that will be mint?
A.1
B.2
C.3
D.5
A? Because the fraction would be 4/20 and it simplifies to 1/5

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