Math probabilty

Eric has a spinner that is divided into different colored sections that are the same size and shape. On any spin the theoretical probability of the arrow landing on the red section is 1/5. When Eric spun the arrow x number of times, the arrow landed on the red section 225 times. Based on this information which could most likely be the value of x?

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230
1025
220
1125 ***

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