Linda has a bag of marbles. She chooses a marble from the bag, writes down the color, and places the marble back in the bag. She repeats this process 130 times.
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Linda has a bag of marbles. She chooses a marble from the bag, writes down the color, and places the marble back in the bag. She repeats this process 130 times. Linda calculates the relative frequency of each color marble. Outcome Orange Green Black Yellow Blue Relative frequency 0.18 0.20 0.19 0.22 0.21 Which statement about Linda's experiment is true? The outcomes do not appear to be equally likely, so a uniform probability model is not a good model to represent probabilities in Linda's experiment. The outcomes appear to be equally likely, so a uniform probability model is a good model to represent probabilities in Linda's experiment. The outcomes do not appear to be equally likely, so a uniform probability model is a good model to represent probabilities in Linda’s experiment. The outcomes appear to be equally likely, so a uniform probability model is not a good model to represent probabilities in Linda's experiment.
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1. User Answers hippievan39
Just took the quiz the answer is b. The outcome appears to be equally likely so a uniform probability model is a good to represent probabilities in Lindas experiment. 
2. User Answers Nathaniel2861401
Answer: The answer is:
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