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Eric bowls 35 times and gets 15 strikes. Fine the experimental probability that eric will bowl a strike. The answer first. Then explain what you did to get the answer

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    prob of a strike = 15/35 or 3/7

    What's to explain?
    I just used the definition of probability

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