Of the 16 cards drawn from a standard deck of 52 cards, 5 of the cards are spades. based on the cards that were drawn, the experimental probability of drawing a spade is , and the difference of the experimental and theoretical probabilities of drawing a spade from a standard deck of cards is .
the correct answer option is a. -1.93, 11.93.
we are given the following equation and we are to solve it using the quadratic formula:
re-arranging this equation in order of decreasing power:
using the quadratic formula:
substituting the given values in the formula to get:
∠q = 62
set < q equal to < s and solve. once you find x plug it back into the equation given for < q.