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posted by Sue .
If you roll a die 48 times and 8 of the rolls result in a "5," what empirical probability was observed for the event "5"? (Give your answer correct to three decimal places.)

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Reiny
from your experiment, the empirical prob of a 5 = 8/48 = 1/6
(btw, this matches the actual prob of rolling a 5 for a true die)
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