The experimental probability is #times spinner stops on A/total number of spins. P(A)=number of times stopping on A / 84 P(A)=#A/84 There is no table in your question, but simply divide the number of times that the spinner landed on A by 84 and you will have the experimental probability of the spinner landing on A.
A spinner has five sections, labeled A, B, C, D, and E. The spinner is spun 84 times, and the results are recorded in the table. What is the experimental probability of the spinner’s landing on A? Round to the nearest percent, if necessary.