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Probability : What did you learn from the 'Dice Roll' game?

"Probability Games" Web site can you play the dice roll on this web site and let me know what you learned about probabilities by playing the game.
http://www.betweenwaters.com/probab.html. Spend a few minutes playing the "Dice Roll".

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In the coin toss with two sides, if it is a fair coin, the chances of heads or tails should be equal. That means that if there is a 50% chance of something happening in a fair situation where one event has an equal chance of happening as another, after many tests, the chance should still be 50%. Nevertheless, there is a possibility of outliers so if you flip a coin 10 times, you may come out 7 heads, 3 tails or even 10 heads but after enough flips, it will even out to close to 50% if not 50%.

In the die game, each number on each die has an equal chance of coming up when rolled if it's a fair die. For the results, however, you ...

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"Probability Games" Web site can you play the dice roll on this web site and let me know what you learned about probabilities by playing the game.
http://www.betweenwaters.com/probab.html. Spend a few minutes playing the "Dice Roll".

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