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Directions: This project is designed to be completed in groups, but it may
be completed by an individual. Each group is to follow the steps
below using a standard six-sided die.
Step 1: Calculate the probability of rolling a single die and getting a four. Round the probability to
four decimal places.
Probability =
# of ways of getting a four
# of ways to roll a die
Step 2: Each group member is to roll a die ten times and record the outcomes. Compile the outcomes
for all group members, and compute the proportion of the group's rolls that were fours.
Round the proportion to four decimal places.
Proportion of group rolls that were fours _ Total # of group rolls that were fours
Total # of group rolls
Step 3: This time, each group member is to roll a die an additional 40 times, for a total of 50 rolls per
person. Again, combine the outcomes for all group members, and compute the proportion
of the group's rolls that were fours. Round the proportion to four decimal places.
Proportion of group rolls that were fours - Total # of group rolls that were four's
Total # of group rolls

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