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anonymous
 one year ago
let the simulation run until about 1,000 balls have been released—that is, until N = 1,000. Set the simulation to these conditions:
continuous
rows = 26
p = 0.5
Histogram display: autoscale
The theoretical mean (µ) and the theoretical standard deviation (σ) are shown in blue on the plinko board. They are derived from theoretical probabilities for normal distributions.
The sample mean (xavg) and the sample standard deviation (s) are shown in red on the plinko board. These values come from direct calculations based on your specific results for this sample of 1,000 ball drops.
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anonymous
 one year ago
let the simulation run until about 1,000 balls have been released—that is, until N = 1,000. Set the simulation to these conditions: continuous rows = 26 p = 0.5 Histogram display: autoscale The theoretical mean (µ) and the theoretical standard deviation (σ) are shown in blue on the plinko board. They are derived from theoretical probabilities for normal distributions. The sample mean (xavg) and the sample standard deviation (s) are shown in red on the plinko board. These values come from direct calculations based on your specific results for this sample of 1,000 ball drops. What

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