Theoretical Probability

Definition

Theoretical probability is probability that is determined on the basis of reasoning (not through repeated experiments).

Demonstration

The more times the die is tossed, the closer the values of the experimental probabilities get to the values of the theoretical probabilities (of getting a chosen numeral).

Sample space of throwing a die: { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 }

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Demonstration

The more times the spinner is spun, the closer the values of the experimental probabilities get to the values of the theoretical probabilities (of landing in each sector).

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