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7-60.

The table below shows the results from repeated spins of a mystery spinner. Sketch a possible spinner with the experimental probability written in each part.

 A B C D E 40 15 35 5 5

To draw your spinner, it may help to express each number of spins as a percent of the total spins.

$\text{For instance, since A is spun 40 out of 100 times, or }\frac{40}{100} \text{, this can be expressed as } 40\%.$

So it would make sense for 40% of the spinner to be Section A.

Remember that the experimental probability is the number of desired outcomes over the number of total possible outcomes.

Can you find the rest of the experimental probabilities?

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