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Rank the three events below in increasing order of probability. For example, if you choose â€œA B Câ€, you are saying that A has the smallest chance, B has more chance than A but less chance than C, and C has the biggest chance. [If you think that some of the events have the same chance, please think again.]
A: The face with six spots shows up on fewer than 16.7% of the rolls when a die is rolled 60,000 times.
B: The face with six spots shows up on more than 16.7% of the rolls when a die is rolled 30,000 times
C: The face with six spots shows up on fewer than 16.7% of the rolls when a die is rolled 30,000 times.

...A B C
...A C B
...B A C
...B C A
...C A B
...C B A

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I know ACB is wrong

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BCA

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thank you

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Thank you , it's BCA indeed.

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how to solve ??

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