Consistency of results with data HSS.IC.A.2 Practice Question Lumos StepUp ACT Practice Program - Mathematics

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A simulation was used, to predict how many people likes salmon, using a two sided coin. In the model, a heads meant the person does not like salmon and a tails meant the person does like salmon. The simulation was used for 100 trials. The table below shows the results of the simulation.

Why could the simulation of using a two sided coin be consistent with a given data one might obtain using a sample for a survey?


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