A random number generator is used to create a list of 300 single-digit numbers. Of those 300 numbers, 146 are odd and 154 are even. The number 8 was generated 22 times. What is the experimental probability of an even number other than 8 being generated? Write your answer as a decimal to the nearest hundredths place. The experimental probability is 0.230.350.440.52.
If the number eight was generated twenty two times and there are only 154 even numbers generated, subtract 22 from 154 (132). There is an 132/154 chance that an even number other than 8 will be generated and that is 0.86 as a decimal.