This is the fifth and the final part of the Experimental and Theoretical Probability Series. In this post, we are going to summarize what we have discussed in the previous four posts, and we are going to talk about some real-life applications of experimental and theoretical probability. Experimental Probability, as we have discussed in the […]

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## Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part 4

This is the fourth part of the Experimental and Theoretical Probability Series. Click the following to view the other parts of this series: Part I, Part II, Part III. *** In the previous posts in this series, we have experimented with dice by rolling two of them and tallying the results. We have observed some […]

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## Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part 3

This is the third part of the Experimental and Theoretical Probability Series. In the second part of this series, we have observed in three different experiments that if two dice are rolled, it seems that the probability of getting the sums are not equal. Not only that, we have seen several consistent patterns; for example, […]

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