Q: What were three successes and three failures of slavery?

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The probability of four out of six shots is the probability of four successes, times the probability of two failures, times the number of permutations of successes and failures: P(four out of six free throws) = 15 * (2/5)4 * (3/5)2 = (15 * 16 * 9) / (625 * 25) = 432 / 3125

It depends on the context. If the students are acting individually, then "are" is correct: Three-quarters of the students are failing the class. If you are referring to a single collective entity then "is" is correct: Three quarters of the students is an unacceptable number of failures.

Many researchers use a proportions test to verify the statistically significant difference between two independent proportions. This test has a number of requirements such as the use of random sampling, samples must be independent, at least 10 successes and 10 failures, and the population is at least 10 times the size of the sample.

In statistics, pi represents the population proportion of successes. Using p, the sample proportion of successes, inferences can be made about pi, although it is usually unknown.

The plural of success is successes.

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Successes and failures are considered to be part of development. In most cases, there will a number of failures before success is achieved.

the successes of slavery are ...... i dont know why dint yiu tell me !

he died.

KITTIES!

he died.

Michael Jackson!

It wasnt

none

Peter Lenzini

yes because every one fails and successes.

The odds in favour.

mostly, he had some accomplishments and some failures.