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How can you use theoretical probability to make predictions in real-world situations? Complete the statement. You can find the theoretical probability of an event and then use it to make a prediction by setting up a
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My answer: A. PROPORTION
A. PROPORTION
B. EQUATION
C. GRAPH
D. an expression

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  1. i think it is =)

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  2. Yes, by creating a proportion

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  3. The answer is proportion

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  4. It is porportion

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  5. yes by creating a popcorn

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  6. Beep Boop (proportions)

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  7. an expression

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