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# Relative Frequency

This exercise is marked out of 50 points.

1. Using the relative frequency from the trials, if the spinner was spun 300 times, we could expect it to land on yellow approximately # times.
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2. In the trials, # was the colour least likely to be spun.
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3. Study the table below:
1/4, 1/3, 1/6, 1/5,
4. The relative frequency of spinning a red in the trial was #
1/5, 16/50, 30/100, 1/6,
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1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 1/5,
6. In this trial, the number least likely to be rolled was a #
23/50, 1/11, 23/100, 2/7,
7. The relative frequency of spinning a green in the trial was #
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8. Using the relative frequency from this trial, if the dice were thrown 60 times, we could expect to get a 3 # times.
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9. The spinner is probably biased.
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10. The relative frequency of spinning a yellow in the trial was #
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11. The relative frequency of scoring a 2 or a 4 was #
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13. RELATIVE FREQUENCY ----------------------------- Relative frequency the name for an %22estimate of probability%22 based on experimental data. It is used when events might not be equally likely. Relative frequency = Number of desired outcomes DIVIDED BY total number of outcomes. This exercise is marked out of 50 points. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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14. Using the relative frequency from this trial, if the dice were thrown 240 times, we could expect to get a 6 # times.
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15. The relative frequency of scoring a 5 was #
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16. The relative frequency of getting red or yellow on the spinner is 9/20.
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17. Using the relative frequency from this trial, if the spinner were spun 500 times, we could expect to get a four 100 times.
1/3, 1/4, 1/6, 1/8,
18. Using the relative frequency from the trials, if the spinner was spun 400 times, we could expect it to land on green approximately 92 times.
11/30, 47/120, 45/120, 11/60,
19. Using the relative frequency from this trial, if the spinner were spun 125 times, we could expect to get a three # times.
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20. The relative frequency of spinning a blue in the trial was #
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21. The relative frequency of scoring a 3 was #
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22. Using the relative frequency from the trials, if the spinner was spun 500 times, we could expect it to land on blue approximately 100 times.
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23. The relative frequency of scoring a 3 was 6/25
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25. Using the relative frequency from this trial, if the dice were thrown 480 times, we could expect to get a two 75 times.
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26. In the trials, # was the colour most likely to be spun.
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27. Study the table below:
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28. Study the table below:
1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5,
29. The relative frequency of scoring a 1 was #
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30. Using the relative frequency from the trial, if the spinner was spun 200 times, we could expect it to land on red approximately # times.
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31. Using this dice, you are more likely to throw a 1, 2 or 3 than you are to throw 4, 5 or 6.
1/3, 2/5, 2/3, 1/5,
32. The relative frequency of scoring a 2 or a 3 was #
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33. Using the relative frequency from this trial, if the dice were thrown 600 times, we could expect to get a four 110 times.
120, 180, 30, 60,
34. In this trial, the number most likely to be rolled was a #
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36. Study the table below:
13/20, 1/3, 710 and 16/25, 13/20, 2/3, 3/5 and 16/25, 13/20, 20/20, 24/20 and 32/20, 13/20, 20/30, 22/40 and 32/50,