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Assignment active practice using experimental probability. assignment the experimental probability of getting a 3 on a number cube is 5/36. which of the following is true about the event's experimental probability? the number 5 was rolled 36 times. the number 3 was rolled 5 times in 36 trials. the number cube was rolled 41 times. after 5 trials, the number 3 was rolled 36 times. answer
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