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Use experimental probability to make a prediction.

John made 35 free throws and missed 15. Predict the number of free throws he will make in the next 100 tries.

A.
70

B.
85

C.
55

D.
45

  • Math -

    15/35 = 3/7 = 43%

  • Math -

    45

  • Math -

    Yup 45 because 15 is almost 5 away from half, and 45 is "Almost" 5 away from half..

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