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Given an experiment, can you answer questions about the probability? Please Explain

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    yes, I think that the answer is yes. More explanation: In an experiments of physics every measure can be repeated many times, so we can collect many measure for a single measured quantity. Then we can apply the statistical methods, namely the least squares methods, to those collected measures

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