**Answer:**

A. 30%

B. Higher

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**A. What is the experimental probability of rolling a 2 or a 4?**

Let's see how many 2s and 4s have been rolled.

Three 2s and three 4s have been rolled,

So, out of the 20 rolls, 6 were a 2 or 4.

That makes that** the experimental probability to get a 2 or a 4 is 6 out of 20 **rolls, so:

6/20 = 30%

**The experimental probability is then of 30%**, which is pretty high considering it's an 8-sided die, since it's almost at par with the theoretical probability of a 6-sided die.

**B. Is this number great than or less than the theoretical probability of rolling a 2 or 4? Explain.
**

**It's higher.** The theoretical probability to get a 2 or 4 would be for it to land on 2 sides out of 8 sides, so 2/8 = 25%.