There is 6 possible pairs and only 2 of them are the same color. There is only a 2/6 chance you might win.
I dont know if I should waste my money on this?
Welcome to the Marble Game . I have 2 bags here and Bag A has 3 marble, one red, one blue and one green. Bag B contains one red and one blue. In order to win a player draws one marble from each bag without looking . If the two marbles math the same color, the pplayer wins a prize.
I dont get this. Why are the results in the table and the theoretical probability i found compare is it maybe because they are close?
Yes, The difference is that the experimental probability is 0.3 and the theoretical probability is 0.3. They are different numbers. I got 0.33 for the expiremental probability because at first i had 9/30 but i reduced it to a decimal.
I only have 1 dollar and i wanna play both games which one do i have more chance of winning.
To play my game, a player spins the spinner. If the spinner lands on a gold section, the player winz a prize
You have more chance of winning at the this one because you have 4/9 chance of winning and on the other one you have 3/9 chance of winning
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