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Jim Handy finds an irregularly shaped five-sided rock. He labels each side and toss the rock 100 times. The results of his tosses are shown in the table. Determine the empirical probability that rock will land on side 4 if tossed again.
Side 1 2 3 4 5
Frequency 32 18 15 13 22

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    out of the 100 tries, it landed on side four 13 times
    so the prob of landing on side 4 = 13/100

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    13/100

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