Last year, 1,394 calculators were returned to the manufacturer. If 72,000 were produced, assign a number to specify the probability that a particular calculator would be returned. Give the ...
... probability in decimal form (correct to two decimal places).
You take the top number(numerator) and divide it by the bottom number(denominator). For example: 5/6 you would divide 5 by 6 and get .83 repeating
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