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# The theoretical probability of selecting a consonant at random from a list of letters in the alphabet is 21/26. Wayne opens a book, randomly selects a letter on the page, and records the letter. He repeats the experiment 200 times. He finds P(consonant) = 60%. How does the theoretical probability differ from the experimental probability? What are some possible sources for this discrepancy

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