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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The student council has determined that the votes for homecoming queen were fraudulent because the number of votes counted exceeded the number of students enrolled at the school. Two candidates (Ashley and Chelsea) earned significantly more votes than the other candidates. The council decides to use a random number generator with range 1-2 for 6 cycles of 10.The council assigns 1 to Ashley and 2 to Chelsea. The results are:1122111111,1221221112,1212112122,2222211122, 2212222212, and 2112111122 Which student will be the homecoming queen?


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