# Cons30S Probability Theoretical And Experimental

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Published on April 7, 2009

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THEORETICAL AND  EXPERIMENTAL  PROBABILITY

THEORETICAL PROBABILITY: The probability of an event occuring without the actual  event occurring. Flipping a coin.... EX P(H) =  Drawing from a standard deck... EX P(red 2) =

EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY: The probability of an event occurring BY PERFORMING the  actual event. ...ACTUALLY FLIP A COIN TEN TIMES TO SEE IF 5  HEADS AND 5 TAILS APPEAR. ...ACTUALLY ROLLING A DIE 36 TIMES TO SEE IF  YOU GET EACH NUMBER 6 TIMES.

CLASS WORK: pg.341 ­ 345 ACTIVITY 1: STEPS 1 ­ 4 ACTIVITY 2: a ­ e ACTIVITY 3: STEPS 1 ­ 3 pg.345; #1,2

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