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A six-sided, fair number cube is rolled 100 times as part of an experiment. The frequency of the roll of the number 3 is 20. Which statement about rolling a 3 is correct?

The theoretical probability is 1/6. The experimental probability is 1/6.
The theoretical probability is 1/5. The experimental probability is 1/6.
The theoretical probability is 1/6. The experimental probability is 1/5.
The theoretical probability is 1/5. The experimental probability is 1/5.

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  1. There are 6 sides so theoretical probability is 1/6
    You measured 20/100 so experimental result was 1/5

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