Math

The table shows the results of rolling a number cube labeled one through six 50 times.

Number Rolled

Frequency


1

7


2

9


3

11


4

6


5

9


6

8


1.

What is the experimental probability of rolling a 3?

0.11
0.22
0.30 **
0.27

2.

Based on the experimental probability, predict the number of times that you will roll a 5 if you roll the number cube 300 times.

15
27
48
54 **

A school has an equal number of boys and girls. You use a coin to simulate the first three students to arrive at school each day, where “heads” represents a boy and “tails” represents a girl. The table below shows a sample of 20 coin tosses

T H T

T T T

T H T

H T H

H H H


T T T

H T T

H H T

T H T

T T T


T T H

T H T

H H T

H H H

H T H


T H T

H H T

T T T

H H H

T H T


3.

Find the experimental probability that the first three students to arrive at school are boys

three over twenty
one-fifth**
three-tenths
one-fourth

4.

Find the experimental probability that two out of the first three students to arrive at school are girls.

(1 point)

one-fifth **
one-fourth
two-fifths
one-eighth

Can some1 check my answers?

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  1. 1. Write number and frequency like this: 1,7
    2,9....
    Answer is wrong.
    #at 3/Grand total

    2. right

    3. Wrong
    Total HHH/Grand total

    4. wrong
    Total with TT/Grand total

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  2. 1. 0.22 (B)
    2. 54 (D)
    3. 3/20 (a)
    4. 2/5 (c)
    100%, trust me. :)

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  3. thank you

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  4. bean is right

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  5. thanks bean

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  6. 2 is b not d

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  7. WOW is correct 2. is B the answers are

    1.B
    2.B
    3.A
    4.C

    100% trust me please i am correct :)

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  8. I got #2 wrong when I wrote B it is actually D.

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  9. Bean is right!!! 100% right
    TRUST ME 100%

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  10. Yeah, Bean was right.

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  11. bean is correct everyone

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  12. Stop Trolling you feks, 2. is D.

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  13. Updated answers

    B
    D
    A
    C

    Everyone might have a different test but these were the answers to mine

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  14. thanks bean

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  15. The answers for Lesson 2: Experimental Probability
    1. B (0.22)
    2. D (54)
    3. A (3/20)
    4. C (2/5)

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  16. Thx Bean

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  17. bean is correct.

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  18. 2 is not D u big liars i got a 3/4

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  19. When I put 1)B, 2)D, 3)A, 4)C, I got a 4/4

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  20. 2 is B

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  21. b
    d
    a
    c

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  22. 1.B
    2.D
    3.A
    4.C

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  23. All i can say is for connexus bean was 100% right. Also FOOLS!!! XD if you watch soul eater you would laugh.....

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  24. 1. B
    2. D
    3. A
    4. C

    100

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  25. OMG BEAN THANKS SO MUCH I GOT 100%!!!!!! THANK YOU :)))))))

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  26. bbac

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  27. 1. 0.22 (B)
    2. 54 (D)
    3. 3/20 (a)
    4. 2/5 (c)

    Bean Was Correct :)

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  28. thanks bean and #FORTNITESQUAD

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  29. I am serious! Bean was correct! Plus all of the other people who agrees!

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  30. for connections academy Lesson 2 the answers are
    1.B
    2.D
    3.A
    4. C

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  31. THX ERR BODIES

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  32. Bean is correct

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  33. Bea is correct 100%

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  34. Awesome guy is 100% correct 😁

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  35. thanks bean

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  36. i just took the test, bean is correct.
    1. b
    2. d
    3. a
    4. c

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  37. Bean is correct. Thanks Bean

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  38. BEAN IS CORRECT DONT LISTEN TO ANYONE ELSE !!!

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  39. Bean is right.

    sbeve out!

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  40. Thank you so much Bean!!

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  41. BEAN IS CORRECT JUST TOOK THE QUICK CHECK!!!!!

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  42. Hi yall ty for the answers

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  43. beans right

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  44. 🥰I'll help out any time... I hope you all make 1 hundred.🥰
    Answers are:
    1) 0.22
    2) 54
    3) 3/20
    4) 2/5

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  45. HeyGirl is real for people with Connexus/Pearson thanks HG^^^

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  46. 2 is B... 35

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