Probability of M&M's: Calculating the Experimental Probability
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GroupNo. of Red M&M'sNo. of Orange M&M'sNo. of Yellow M&M'sNo. of Green M&M'sNo. of Blue M&M'sNo. of Brown M&M'sTotal number of M&M's
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Ethan191614222713111
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Jemaimah181520171819104
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Deming202219181518112Hello :D
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Terrence181322181722110
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Group P(red) %P(orange) %P(yellow) %P(green) %P(blue) %P(brown) %
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Ethan17.1171171214.4144144112.6126126119.8198198224.3243243211.71171171
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Jemaimah17.3076923114.4230769219.2307692316.3461538517.3076923118.26923077
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Deming17.8571428619.6428571416.9642857116.0714285713.3928571416.07142857
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Terrence16.3636363611.818181822016.3636363615.4545454520
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P(red) %P(orange) %P(yellow) %P(green) %P(blue) %P(brown) %
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Class experimental probability17.162471415.1029748317.162471417.162471417.620137316.47597254
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Theoretical ProbabilityP(red) %P(orange) %P(yellow) %P(green) %P(blue) %P(brown) %
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