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This question provides a list of data to the student. They are asked to find the mean, median, mode and range.
Given the probabilities that each of four out of five friends will win a round of mini-golf, work out the probability that the fifth friend won't win, then use that to find the probability that they will win.
Calculate relative frequencies in a variety of scenarios.
Compute the experimental probability of a particular score on a die given a sample of throws, and compare it with the theoretical probability.
The last part asks what you expect to happen to the experimental probability as the sample size increases.