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Tim throws darts at a dartboard that has numbers 1 through 20 and a bull's-eye in the middle. Tim throws a dart 24 times. He hits the bull's-eye 4 times. What is the experimental probability that Tim
hits the bull's-eye? A) 1/6 B)1/5 C)1/20 D)4/5
The probability that tim hits the bulls eye is 1/6. Solution: Number of bull's-eye thrown: 4 Number of throws: 24 Experimental probability that Tim hits the bull's-eye = 4/24 = 1/6 = 0.166667 = 16.67 %
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The probability that tim hits the bulls eye is 1/6.

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Number of bull's-eye thrown: 4
Number of throws: 24

Experimental probability that Tim hits the bull's-eye
= 4/24 = 1/6 = 0.166667 = 16.67 %
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