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Stat511: Statistical Methods Lab 2 Spring 2010 Due Thursday, April 29, 2010 1. Dice Experiment . Roll two dice 100 times. (a) [5 points] What is the probability of getting a total of 12 or an absolute difference of 4? Compare the probability with theoretical answer. (b) [5 points] What is the probability of getting at least one 6 or an absolute difference of 4? Compare the probability with theoretical answer. To do this experiment visit http://random.org/dice/ or http://www2.whidbey.net/ohmsmath/webwork/javascript/dice2rol.htm . 2. Cards Experiment . Draw 3 cards from a shuffled 13 deck of cards without replace- ment, repeat the process 99 times. (a) [5 points] What is the probability all three cards are not faces? Calculate the theo- retical answer. To do this experiment visit http://random.org/playing-cards/ or http://randomizer.org/ . (b) [5 points] Repeat the trial but this time with replacement. Compare the probability with theoretical answer. To do this experiment visit
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Unformatted text preview: http://randomizer.org/ . (c) [5 points] Draw 3 cards from a 52 deck of cards with replacement, what is the prob-ability all three cards are red ? Compare the probability with theoretical answer. To do this experiment visit http://random.org/playing-cards/ (d) [5 points] Repeat the trial but this time without replacement. Compare the proba-bility with theoretical answer. 3. Coins Experiment . (a) [5 points] Flip a coin 100 times, what is the probability of heads? Compare with theoretical probability. To do this experiment visit http://shazam.econ.ubc.ca/flip/ (b) [5 points] Toss two coins 100 times simultaneously, what is the probability of at least one head? Compare with theoretical probability. To do this experiment visit http://random.org/coins/ or http://www2.whidbey.net/ohmsmath/webwork/javascript/23coints.htm . 1...
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