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Hey so for the Theoretical and Experimental Probability Quick Check (unit 4 Lesson 1) I'm not really sure how to do it and yeah so I'll put in the questons and what I think is right..

1. P(number <2)
1/6***
2/6
4/6
3/6

2. P(number <+=* 3)
4/6
1/6
2/6
5/6**

3. P(complement of 4)
1/6
5/6
2/6**
4/6

4. A multiple choice question has 5 possible answers. What are the odds in favor of guessing right?
1:5***
4:1
1:4
3:2

(five has a pic with it but I'm pretty sure it's 4:1...)

and for 6 it's hard to put all of that in here and I'm lazy so 🤷‍♀️

Wirly out💃

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  1. 1. you don't say what kind of numbers we are dealing with,
    but from the answer choices I will assume you are tossing a die
    answer is correct

    2. no idea what
    number <+=* 3
    is supposed to mean

    3. complement of 4 means "not 4"
    I can think of quite a few numbers which are "not 4"
    If you are tossing a die, there would be 5 of them

    4. Prob(right) - 1/5
    prob(not right ) = 4/5

    odds in favour of correct = 4/5 : 1/5
    = 4 : 1

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  2. uhm so update I turned it in and got most of them wrong so I'll give yall the answers

    1. 1/6

    2. 4/6

    3. 5/6

    4. 1:4

    5. 3:1

    6. 5/8

    luv yall~ 😘
    byee~

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  3. and ty @mathhelper if I saw that before I did the test it would have helped a lot, and yeah I am really not good at math so 😅

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