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Math 101 Project PART 1 A. Nyours= 56 B. sections(red slider)= 9 C. Number (blue slider)= 4 PART 2 A. E= (1,2,3,4) B. These outcomes are favorable because all less than or equal to the event of E, which equals 4. R= 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 E= 1,2,3,4 C. The probability of event E occurring when dividing # of favorable outcomes (4) by the # of total Outcomes (9), you get 4 over 9 which is computed to a percentage of 44%. PART 3 A. The one coincidence that I found within the problem was that the expected value was the same as the possibility of gain. E.V=p(E) B. total winnings/n =E.V 4/9 x 150 C. 4/9 of the n trials will be favorable because that’s the number of times the trials were successful. D. E.V is equal to P(E) This means the total winnings are equal to the number of outcomes for E N is equal to the total trials The number of favorable outcomes for E is also similar to the times we observed
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