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(A)From Latoya's results, compute the experimental probability of rolling an odd number:
(b)Assuming that the cube is fair, compute the theoretical probability of rolling an odd number:
(c) Assuming that the cube is fair, choose the statement below that is true:
( )The experimental and theoretical probabilities must always be equal.
( )As the number of rolls increases, we expect the experimental and theoretical probabilities to become closer, though they might not be equal.
( )As the number of rolls increases, we expect the experimental and theoretical probabilities to become farther apart.
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