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You flip a coin 20 times and get tails 15 times you flip the coin 80 more times.what do you expect to happen to the experimental probability of getting tails as you increase the number of trials

a. The experimental probability will get closer to 50%
b. The experimental probability will remain at 75%
c. The experimental probability will always be greater than the theoretical probability.
d. The experimental probability will get close to 100%

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  1. I think it's C

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  2. nvm its A

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  3. Disagree. Watch out for "always" and "never" answers.

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  4. A is right.

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  5. Answer is definitely A

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  6. The answers for the theoretical and experimental quick check.
    1.c
    2.c
    3.a
    4.b
    Hope it helps👍
    5.a

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  7. Ty Kool-Aid girl 100% grade

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  8. Kool- Aid Girl is 100% correct! c c a b a is correct! Ty<3!

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  9. 1.c
    2.c
    3.a
    4.b
    5.a
    100% for Connexus
    Credit to Kool-Aide Girl

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  10. Its 50%

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