Last week, we have completed the 5-part Experimental and Theoretical Probability Series. To those who have not read it, below is the list of posts.

**Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part 1.**This post discusses about the sum of the number of dots of two rolled standard cubical dice. A spreadsheet is used to simulate the rolling 1000 times and sums are recorded and tallied. A step-by-step instruction in doing the simulation is provided.**Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part 2**. This post confirms the findings in Part 1. Two more experiments are conducted — the first one is rolling the dice 2000 times, and the other is rolling it again 3000 times.**Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part 3.**The third part is a discussion on why the findings in Part 1 and Part 2 are such. The ways of getting a particular sum is discussed in this post.**Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part 4.**The fourth part discusses the relationships between the experiments and the findings in Part 3. The formal definitions of Experimental and Theoretical probabilities are also discussed here.**Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part 5**. The fifth part summarizes the series and give real-life examples that use experimental and theoretical probability.

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