Simon used a probability simulator to pull 3 colored marbles from a bag and flip a coin 50 times. the results are shown in the tables below color of marble number of times rolled blue 15 green 19 yellow 16 heads tails 26 24 using simon's simulation, what is the probability of pulling a blue marble and the coin landing tails up? 39/50 250/50 120/2500 360/2500 .
blue marble is 15 times out of 50 = 15/50 reduces to 3/10
landing on tails is 24 out of 50 = 24/50 reduces to 12/25
to find the probability of both multiply together:
3/10 x 12/25 = 3 x 12 / 10 x 25 = 36/250
if you multiplied the numerator and denominator by 10 you get 360/2500.
the answer is 360/2500
b would be ur answer
answer: a. 13/44
step-by-step explanation: judging by the information given to us, we are looking for experimental probability. we can see that 13 males have chosen chocolate ice cream. there are 44 ice creams in total (remember that the total is always the denominator). so our answer is 13/44.