# Math

A number cube is rolled 360 times and the results are recorded as follows:41 ones, 54 twos, 62 threes, 33 fives, and 95 sixes. What is the experimental probability of rolling a two or a three?
0.32
0.18***
0.07
0.68

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1. According to the experiment, the two turned out 54 out of the 360 tries
prob = 54/360
= .15 according to my arithmetic.

Unless you have a typo, none of the given choices are correct.

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2. Happy Monday!
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Pr(exp)=Pr(2)+Pr(3)
=(54+62)/360
=

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3. so there is a correct choice... just not the one you have chosen... yet : )

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4. I forgot the 75 fours

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5. LOL! So funny : )
Did it work out now ??

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6. Yes

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7. NON OF U R HELPIN

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8. JUST HELP ME AHH I WILL GO CRAZY IF YOU DONT HELP ME!!

1. WHAT ARE ALL THE ANSWERS?
2. WHAT IS THE ANSWER TO THAT ONE AT LEAST?
3. CAN YOU AT LEAST HELP ME FIND THE ANSWER?
4. DONT JUST STARE AT THIS, HELP ME!!
5. PLEASE SOMEONE CORRECT ME IF I AM WRONG::

is it A?

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9. ok I'mma post the answers soon

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10. so what are the answers its been a year

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11. this is not very pog-champ >:[

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12. Gotcha
IS A LIER

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13. .32(A) @MsPi_3.14159265 Is right

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