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oh hi. I was just looking at this question. It gives good practice of what I'm studying. So anyway we have 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 which is 9 digits because the 0 throws everything off. so what are the chances that each number will occur?
yes. because each number has a 1 in 9 chance of being picked like 1 in 9 chance of 5 being picked 1 in 9 chance of 4 being picked so on and so on.
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do you have time for a couple more?
I have to work on my study guide and finish my homework for tomorrow.
yeah sure if it's 1 more.
Which of these numbers of simulations of an event would be most likely to produce results that are closest to those predicted by probability theory? A. 15 B. 10 C. 5 D. 20
uhhh ._. hmm we can't do too few experiences...like the heads and tails coin.
yea thats whats throwing me off
same. Probability Theory is something I'm weak at but I have to do the deck of cards and the zodiac sign problem. which is 12 x11 x 10 /12^n this topic is something I haven't studied much...like Euclidean Geometry. I just find some math topics to be mehhhhhhh.
@sneakysquash what about you
i wanna guess 20
@FortyTheRapper wuts good
i honestly dont know dude, i would want to say each number would come once. but still, idk.
Ive no idea on this section. I never got to take this class
im guessing den
hmmm usually @freckles would be here since that user knows probability. :/
@freckles yes he has helped me plenty of time he is a good source but not always available
It would probably be best to do the most experiments you could.
so which number is greatest from the list?
that's what I was thinking because if we do too few experiments we may not get the right data ... just like flipping a coin.
Like if I just flipped 6 times, we could have all heads, all tails, more heads, less tails, more tails, less heads. it's all varied.