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Students simulate a popular game, find experimental probabilities, and then compare those probabilities to the corresponding theoretical probabilities.
Students will explore experimental and theoretical probability by simulating the Plinko! game.
Using the random number generator, students will simulate the disk falling into one of the five slots. They will then use this data to create a histogram and to calculate the experimental probability of each outcome of the simulation.
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