Math, HELP ME!

What is the experimental probability of the spinner landing on red?

a. 1/2
b. 1/3
c. 1/4 ***

What is the experimental probability of the spinner landing on blue?

a. 2/7
b. 1/4 ***
c. 2/9

There’s a spinner with 8 sections in total with different colors. 2 red, 2 green, 2 yellow, and 2 blue.

Which of the following situations could be modeled by flipping a coin?

a. randomly picking one of four students to be a group leader
b. randomly guessing the answers on a true/false test ***
c. randomly selecting a prize from a bag containing six different prizes

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1. All are right.

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👩‍🏫
Ms. Sue
2. Yes, they are all correct.

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3. scuses me but what is the answers for 3,4,5,6 and 7?

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4. Omg darkiplier I love your name, but markiplier is better as the original

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5. Looool

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6. Ms. Sue is pretty good at tutoring and she is always right on her answers

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7. ms.t your probably mrs.sue as a new name

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8. YEAH

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9. EXACTLY

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10. YEAH!!!

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12. B
C
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Experimental Probability Practice Lesson 2 Unit 6
1. B
2. C
3. A
4. B
5. C
6. A
7. B
8. B

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14. There is only 6 questions tho

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15. For the 6 question practice:

1 B . 1/3

2 C . 1/4

3 A . 0.8

4 B . 0.75

5 A . 50%

6 A . The theoretical probability is equal to the experimental probability.

For the 5 question quick check:

1 C . 0.8

2 C . 25%

3 A . The experimental probability is 3% greater than the theoretical probability

4 B . 7/12

5 A . the experimental Probability will get closer to 50%

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This is just what my quick check and practice answers were eh ;-;

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16. He is right for conexus 6 grade math lesson 3 unit 6 practice and quicke check!!!1!11!!

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17. black bird is actually right 100%

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18. Thnx blackbird

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20. A
B
B
D
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B
These are the right answer i swear

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21. NEED HELP PLZ!!!!!!!!

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22. blackbird is 100% right!! thank you blackbird you saved me so much time!! please trust me, I got 100% 6/6 5/5 on the practice and quick check

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23. Practice:
number 6 is C for connexus kids

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24. There’s 10 on mine

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25. There is 10 on mine

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26. Oops didn’t mean to submit it twice where are all my Riverdale fans

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27. 1.A
2.B
3.A
4.B
5.C
6.B
7.A
8.C
9.C
10.C
If you have ten questions then here you go your welcome :)

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28. Thank you Cheryl Marjorie blossom, all of her answers are right, I got 100%!!!!! :))))

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