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.

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2016-09-27 02:44:22

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.

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