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Andrew picks one marble at a time from a box and replaces it. He repeats this process 25 times and records the results in the table. Based on the table, which color marble has an experimental probability of $\frac{1}{5}$ ?

Yellow

Red

Blue

Green

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Probability can be written as ...

fractions.

decimals.

percentages.

irrational numbers.

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Which of the following describes theoretical probability?

Perform an experiment to determine the probability.

Perform a simulation and count the number of possible outcomes.

Use trials to count the number of desired outcomes.

Determine the expected probability of an event.

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**Emma is playing a spinning game using the spinner shown. She gets one spin and needs green to win. What's probability that she will NOT win?**0.25

0.75

0.70

0.40

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In a cup are the numbers 1 to 20. Find the theoretical probability of picking an even number.

$\frac{10}{20}$$\frac{1}{2}$

$\frac{1}{20}$

$\frac{20}{20}$

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On a 6-sided die, which is more likely to occur?

Rolling an odd number.

Rolling an even number.

All outcomes are equally likely.

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If you roll one die, what is the probability of getting an odd number or a 4. Are the events mutually exclusive or not?

Mutually exclusive

Not mutually exclusive

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What is the theoretical probability of landing on red?

43%

33.3%

40%

36%

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Based on this experiment, what is the probability that a girl in athletics is chosen?

$\frac{22}{37}$$\frac{15}{37}$

$\frac{11}{40}$

$\frac{7}{10}$

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A bag has 3 red marbles, 2 blue, 1 yellow and 4 green. What is the theoretical probability of pulling a green?

40%

4%

60%

about 67%