Enter the correct probability in decimals in the probability distribution table.

Hev123  May 22, 2018

Hey Hev123!


I’m not familiar with this form of representing data, but I can try. 


If the right side is the amount of outcomes, one can draw this conjecture:


A total of 4 + 12 + 21 + 32 + 12 = 80 trials have been made. 


A total of 32 attempts have been satisfactory to be placed in the 4th row. 


Therefore the probability of another attempt being in the 4th row is:


32/80 = 0.4 = 2/5 = 40%


I hope this helped,



GYanggg  May 22, 2018

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