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Brandon flips two fair coins multiple times and records the frequency of the results in the following table.
50 trials|125trials|150trials
HH 10 33 37
TH 9 31 38
HT 13 28 38
TT 18 33 37
DETERMINE THE EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY AND THEORETICAL PROBABILITY FOR EACH OUTCOME IN EACH SET OF BRANDON'S TRIALS. HOW DO THE EXPERIMANTAL PRBABILITY AND THEORECTICAL PROBABILITY RELATE TO EACH OTHER FOR EACH OF THE 3 SETS OF TRIALS?
Explain your answer, providing calculations or any other strategy that will support your reasoning.

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