A School Principal Has To Choose Randomly Among The Six Best Students In Each Gr 1

A school principal has to choose randomly among the six best students in each grade to be the school captain every month. For that purpose, she assigned each student a number. Then she rolled two dice numbered from 1 to 6 three times and selected the student whose number was repeated most often.

Which of the following best describes the method used by the principal?

A. It’s an unfair method because each student will not post the same outcomes.

b. It’s a fair method because each result is an equally likely possible outcome.

c. It’s a fair method because it’s a limited number of students.

d. It’s an unfair method because two or more students could get the same results


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