During the month of June, Ava kept track of the number of days she saw birds in her garden.she saw birds on 18 days of the month. what is th

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During the month of June, Ava kept track of the number of days she saw birds in her garden.she saw birds on 18 days of the month. what is the experimental probability that she will see birds in her garden on july 1?

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    2021-09-11T07:39:26+00:00

    Experimental probability is based on the observations of the past. She saw birds for 18 days out of 31 total days in June. The experimental probability would be 18/31 or a 58.06% chance of seeing a bird on July 1st.

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    2021-09-11T07:39:55+00:00

    An experimental probability value can be set up in the form of a fraction. The part (numerator) is the number of days she saw birds during the month of June. The whole (denominator) is the number of days in the month of June. Since this an experimental probability example, we can use the results from the month of June to assume she will see the same amount of birds in July. 

     \frac{Days she saw birds in June}{Days in June}

     \frac{18}{30}

     \frac{3}{5}

    So the probability she will see birds in her garden on July 1st is  \frac{3}{5}

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