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Sundae Wheel

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An ice cream store offers a special deal. Customers may buy a hot-fudge sundae for \$2, or they could spin the Sundae Wheel and pay the price on which the spinner stops, as shown below:

Find the probability that a sundae from the wheel costs under \$2.

Over the long term, if a customer was to spin the wheel over and over again, find the expected average cost of a sundae per visit.

Probability of cost under \$2

Average cost of a sundae spin

Probability of cost under $2

Average cost of a sundae spin

16.7%

Probability of cost under $2

Average cost of a sundae spin

54.2%

Probability of cost under $2

Average cost of a sundae spin

58.3%

Probability of cost under $2

Average cost of a sundae spin

$2.05

Probability of cost under $2

Average cost of a sundae spin

$1.73

Probability of cost under $2

Average cost of a sundae spin

$2.07

Probability of cost under $2

Average cost of a sundae spin

$2.00