If a die rolled one time, classical probability would indicate that the probability of a "two" should be 1/6. If the die is rolled 60 times and comes up "two" only 9 times, does this suggest that the die is "loaded"? Why or why not?
It is reported that about 35% of adults attend sports event during the previous year. What are the odds that a randomly selected adult attended a sports event during the year?
(1) Expected number of "twos" in 60 throws = 60 * Probability of a "two" in a single throw
= 60 * (1/6) = 10
Since there were ...
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