Anyone willing to take me through how to do this probability question?
Probability theory predicts that there is a 12% chance of a particular softball player hitting 2 home runs in a row. Which of these numbers of simulations of the softball player hitting balls would be most likely to produce results that are closest to those predicted by probability?
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it's easier than you might think :)
when you're simulating something, the highest number of simulations will give you the results that are closest to the predicted value
Okay, that makes sense, I think. Now how would I go about finding that highest number?