Using Probabilities to Make Fair Decisions HSS.MD.B.6 Practice Question Lumos StepUp High School Geometry - Mathematics Practice test + Workbook

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Suppose a high school must select one student to attend a week long character building retreat at a prestigious college. The school staff selects four candidates, all equally qualified and deserving to attend. To be fair they assign each student a number. Student A - 1, Student B - 2, Student C - 3, and Student D - 4. Then the staff uses a random number generator, with range 1-4 for 6 cycles of 10.The results are:1142331113,3421243334,3432134122,2442213344, 2432244232, and 2112313142 Which student will attend the retreat?


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