MATH SOLVE

3 months ago

Q:
# Amber has some state quarters in her pocket. She collects the following data by randomly pulling one quarter recordings the state and then replacing it. Which is the best estimate of the number of times Amber would pull out a New York quarter if she pulled out a quarter another 300 times?A 60B 90C 120D 180

Accepted Solution

A:

To do this problem, we need one more piece of information. He need to know the percent of the quarters that are from New York.

If you had that number, just multiply it by 300.

For example, if 10% of the coins were from New York, just multiply by 0.1.

0.1 x 300 = 30

If you had that number, just multiply it by 300.

For example, if 10% of the coins were from New York, just multiply by 0.1.

0.1 x 300 = 30