algebra 2

A person playing a game of chance has a 0.25 probability of winning. If the person plays the game 20 times and wins half of that number of times, what is the difference between the theoretical probability and the experimental probability of that person winning ?




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  1. in practice 0.5
    in theory 0.25

    difference = ?

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