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# Aclass is conducting an experiment using a die. each person rolls the die 6 times and charts their results. if the results are combined into a class list, which statement would be most correct? a. every student has the same probability of getting each individual number. b. there is more of a chance a student will get all 6 numbers in their rolls than won't c. each individual student's data will match the theoretical data. d. an individual's experimental data should be closer to the theoretical probabilities than the combined experimental data of the class. Answers: 2

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