Use 6 balls or 6 different candies numbered 1-6 or 6 colors or six distinct objects of same size ( not paper) that will mix equally. With replacement, make a count each time you randomly select an object for n=10 , n=20 and after n=30 selections

Use the table ( see attached of your data) to keep tabs.. If you have access to a bar graph tool , make a relative frequency histogram for n= 10,20 and 30 selections.

What is the chance of selecting one item.

What does the Central limit Theorem predict what the distribution will approach after many trials.

After n=10, n= 20 and n=30 when does your relative frequency approach a more uniform distribution .

Subject | Mathematics |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 07/27/2015 07:00 pm |

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