Mark is playing a video game in which he has a 25% chance of winning. He wants to know the probability of it taking at least three games for him to win. Which simulation can best be used to compute the probability? A. Model C: Use a standard deck of cards. Randomly draw one card from the deck. After the card is drawn, replace it and reshuffle the deck. For one trial, draw a card three times from the deck. Count the trial if, only on the third draw, the card is a heart. Repeat the process for 200 trials. B. Model A: Use a spinner with four different colors of equal area. For one trial, spin the spinner until it lands on yellow. Count the trial if the spinner lands on yellow during the third spin or later. Repeat this process for 100 trials. C. Model B: Use a standard six-sided die. For one trial, roll the die until it lands on a 1. Count the trial if the die lands on a 1 during the third roll or later. Repeat this process for 30 trials. D. Model D: Flip a coin. For one trial, flip the coin three times. Count the trial if, only on the third flip, it is heads. Repeat this process for 50 trials.
The answer is A because since there's only two genders and a coin has two sides a gender can represent a side.
A makes the most sense since the others have multiple different sides that you could get for example B has a six sided number cube that's more than the number of genders so A makes the most sense
there is a fifty fifty chance of getting a boy or a girl their is a fifty fifty chance of getting a head when flipping a coin if there are 5 kids that you would need to flip the coin 5 times.
probability f a red card = 50%
50% x 50% = 25%