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The colours of cars travelling by a school are recorded.

Colour | Red | White | Other | |

Frequency |

Find the experimental probability that the next car will be white.

P(white) =

1

The colours of cars travelling by a school are recorded.

Colour | Red | White | Other | |

Frequency |

Find the experimental probability that the next car will be white.

P(white) =

1

The colours of cars travelling by a school are recorded.

Colour | Red | White | Other | |

Frequency |

Find the experimental probability that the next car will be white.

P(white) =

1

A biased spinner lands on the following colours.

Colour | Black | Blue | Red | |

Frequency |

It is spun another times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on red.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on red.

2

A biased spinner lands on the following colours.

Colour | Black | Blue | Red | |

Frequency |

It is spun another times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on red.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on red.

2

A biased spinner lands on the following colours.

Colour | Black | Blue | Red | |

Frequency |

It is spun another times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on red.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on red.

2

The spinner is apparently fair.

It is spun times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on a 1.

It is spun times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on a 1.

2

The spinner is apparently fair.

It is spun times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on a 1.

It is spun times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on a 1.

2

The spinner is apparently fair.

It is spun times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on a 1.

It is spun times.

Find the expected amount of times it should land on a 1.

2