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Step 4: Let's combine the information from all groups in order to look at the results for the class as
a whole. On the board, make a chart with one column for "number of fours" and one for
"number of rolls." Fill in the chart with the information from each group.
Number of Fours
Number of Rolls
Using this information, calculate the proportion of all rolls for the class that were fours.
Round the proportion to four decimal places.

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