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Whole numbers are written on cards and then placed in a bag. Pilar selects a single card, writes down the number, and then places it back in the bag. She repeats this 46 times.Pilar calculates the relative frequency of each number card.Outcome 1 2 3 4 5Relative Frequency 0.05 0.35 0.26 0.13 0.21 Which statement about Pilar'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 Pilar's experiment.The outcomes appear to be equally likely, so a uniform probability model is not a good model to represent probabilities in Pilar's experiment.The outcomes do not appear to be equally likely, so a uniform probability model is a good model to represent probabilities in Pilar's experiment.The outcomes appear to be equally likely, so a uniform probability model is a good model to represent probabilities in Pilar's experiment.

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Answer:The answer is A (i just took the test)Step-by-step explanation:Answer: The outcomes do not appear to be equally likely, so a uniform probability model is not a good model to represent probabilities in Pilar's experiment The outcomes are: 1 2 3 4 5 The Relative Frequency: 0.05   0.35   0.26   0.13     0.21As you can see the outcomes do not appear to be equally likely since 0.05 and 1 are not close in number range along with the other options