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Which of Exercises 41–48 are examples of empirical probability?

A gambler's claim that on a roll of a fair die, $P(\text { even })=1 / 2$

Not an empirical probability

Calculus 2 / BC

Chapter 7

Sets and Probability

Section 3

Introduction to Probability

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Okay, so we're asked, um, were given a gamble. Cleans that on the role of a fair die. The probability of even is 1/2 north stats in 1/3 eye. We have 12 345 and six for our sample space. So we have our entire sample space, and then we know the exact probability of getting an even correct. That is this one, 23 That's three out of six, which is equal to 1/2. So in this case, since we know the exact probability, this is not an empirical probability.

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