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Anita has a success rate of 80% on free throws in basketball. She wants to know the estimated probability that she can make exactly four of five free throws in her next game. How can she simulate this scenario?

Categorize each simulation of this scenario as correct or incorrect.

Roll a six-sided die five times.
The numbers 1 to 4 represent
a make, and numbers 5 and 6
represent a miss.Spin a spinner with three equal
sections five times. On the
spinner, one section represents
a miss and two sections
represent a make.Generate a set of five numbers
using a number generator with
the numbers 0 to 9. The
numbers 0 to 7 represent
a make, and 8 and 9 represent
a miss.Generate a set of five numbers
using a number generator with
the numbers 0 to 5. The
numbers 0 to 3 represent
a make, and 4 and 5 represent
a miss.Spin a spinner with five equal
sections five times. On the
spinner, four sections
represent a make and one
section represents a miss.

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