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 Jack is trying to create a mascot for a new high school sports team. He sent a survey to all of the prospective students and the responses narrowed his choices to the following four: Cougar, Bear, Lyon, and Cheetah. He has to select one randomly, so he assigns each of them a number as follows: Cougar-1, Bear-2, Lion-3,and Cheetah-4. Then he runs simulation using a random number generator 50 times. The result of the simulation is:

The lion became the school mascot. How many times was the lion selected by the random number generator? Enter your answer as an integer.


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