Probability , Basic Statistics

Set 1: 1 2 3 4 5
Set 2: 1 13 25 31 42
Set 3: 10 16 24 25 40
Set 4: 5 10 15 20 25

1. Is one of these sets of numbers more likely to win the Gopher 5 than any of the others? Explain why or why not? (2pts)

Yes, observing the four sets, I see patterns in both 1 and 4. I believe that those two are more likely to win the Gopher 5. However individuals are more likely to choose non-patterned numbers versus the computer which patterns can be developed.

2. Is one of these sets of numbers less likely to win the Gopher 5 than the others? Explain why or why not? (2pts)
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