Theoretical probability = 0.5 Experimental probability = 20% more = 0.6 In 50 tosses, that would imply 30 heads.
What are some experimental design flaws that may explain why you don't get 100% yieldin the balloon lad
The probability of 33.3 percent is 0.333.
probability of 75 percent = 3/4
You multiply the probability by 100.
Refer back to the first clause. The answer is 50 per cent!
IF probability of rain is X percent then probability of no rain is 100- X percent. For example if prob of rain is 80% prob of no rain is 20%
experimental percent error
It is the percent!!1
100%, which is a certainty.
It is a certainty.
Yes decimals are used in probability; also percent and odds.
40 out of 10 is not possible so the probability is 0.
The probability is 10 percent.
When determining the probability that two events happen at the same time, you convert the percents to decimals and then multiply the percents together. Therefore, 30 percent, or .3, times 50 percent, or .5 .3 x .5 = .15 Converting back into a percentage, the answer is 15% probability that you will get both. 10% is therefore incorrect.
The probability is a 50/50 percent chance that the sun will rise.
No. Probability is always represented as a positive ratio/fraction/percent.
No. Probability is defined as a number between 0 and 1 (100 percent). If you have four oil wells, each with a probability of hitting being 30%, then the probability of at least one hitting is 100% - (100% - 30%)4, or about 76%.
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