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 A coin is tossed 500 times and comes up heads 255 times. Use the Empirical Method to approximate the probability that the coin comes up heads. Round your answer to four decimal places as necessary.

 

Using the Empirical Method the probability is approximately

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P - Probablity Number of trial in which the event happen ed P(E) Number of trial in the experiment E Event 0P1 P 0 means: Event has never happen ed P 1 means: Event has always happened

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