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Empirical Probability

Identify favorable and total outcomes

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experimental probability

Experimental (empirical) probability is the actual probability of an event resulting from an experiment.


A hypothesis is an educated or reasonable guess based on an idea that one would like to figure out.


A prediction is a statement one makes about the likelihood of a future event.


A way of collecting data using objects such as spinners, coins or cards.

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