The probability that Gerald makes a three-point shot in basketball is 20\%20%20, percent. For practice, Gerald will regularly shoot a

The probability that Gerald makes a three-point shot in basketball is 20\%20%20, percent. For practice, Gerald will regularly shoot a series of these shots until he succeeds at one. He’s curious how many shots it will typically take him to get his first successful shot.

He simulated 404040 trials of three-point shots where each shot had a 0.20.20, point, 2 probability of being successful, and in each trial, he counted how many shots it took to get the first successful shot. Here are his results:
Use his results to estimate the probability that it takes 101010 or fewer shots to get his first successful shot.
Give your answer as either a fraction or a decimal.

A middle school football player, Bo, is just learning how to kick field goals. Currently, he only makes \frac{1}{3}31​ of

A middle school football player, Bo, is just learning how to kick field goals. Currently, he only makes \frac{1}{3}31​ of his kicks. A number cube is being used to simulate the result of Bo’s kicks where the numbers 11 or 22 represent a made field goal and the numbers 3,4,5,3,4,5, or 66 represent a missed field goal. Use the following 2020 trials of rolling a fair number cube to answer each question.

​ 24362436 42514251 62336233 53165316 52125212
​ 66436643 53265326 53135313 21522152 41644164
​ 36423642 35543554 64136413 25632563 45334533
​ 25122512 66346634 45364536 21122112 55465546
a. The estimate of the probability that Bo makes three or four field goals is

Rick wants to use multiplication to solve {k} = 7 \div \dfrac13k=7÷ 3 1 ​ k, equals, 7, divided by,

Rick wants to use multiplication to solve {k} = 7 \div \dfrac13k=7÷ 3 1 ​ k, equals, 7, divided by, start fraction, 1, divided by, 3, end fraction. Which multiplication equation can Rick use? Choose 1 answer: Choose 1 answer: (Choice A) A \dfrac13\times{k} =7 3 1 ​ ×k=7start fraction, 1, divided by, 3, end fraction, times, k, equals, 7 (Choice B) B \dfrac13={k}\times7 3 1 ​ =k×7start fraction, 1, divided by, 3, end fraction, equals, k, times, 7 (Choice C) C \dfrac13\times7 = {k} 3 1 ​ ×7=kstart fraction, 1, divided by, 3, end fraction, times, 7, equals, k

Read the dictionary entry. eliminate \ i-ˈli-mə-ˌnāt \ transitive verb 1. get rid of 2. leave out 3. completely destroy 4. remove from competition Read the sentence. In order

Read the dictionary entry.

eliminate
\ i-ˈli-mə-ˌnāt \
transitive verb
1. get rid of
2. leave out
3. completely destroy
4. remove from competition
Read the sentence.
In order to win the one-on-one basketball tournament, Johnny knew that he had to eliminate all the other players.
Which definition clarifies how eliminate is used in the sentence?
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