# I need part B. Brainliest include Nancy’s Cupcakes recorded how many cupcakes it recently sold of each flavor.​ ​

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I need part B. Brainliest include
Nancy’s Cupcakes recorded how many cupcakes it recently sold of each flavor.​

​chocolate cupcakes 2
​pistachio cupcakes ​ 1
​banana cupcakes ​ 5
​pumpkin cupcakes ​ 6

​​Considering this data, how many of the next 21 cupcakes sold would you expect to be pumpkin cupcakes?​
A
9
B
7
C
6
D
3
Part B
What is probability of a chocolate cupcakes being sold?
​ Probability (chocolate cupcakes) =
%
Note: Write your answer as a percentage rounded to the nearest whole number.

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1 week 2023-01-23T09:54:34+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

14%
Step-by-step explanation:
The probability of a chocolate cupcake being sold would be equal to the amount of chocolate cupcakes divided by the total number of cupcakes.
= 2/(2+1+5+6)
= 2/14
= 1/7.
We convert 1/7 to a percent.
When rounded to the nearest whole percent, we get the probability as 14%.
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