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Lab 3
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Why aren't they identical? In Discrete 1, the graph the mean and median are the same and on discrete 2 the mean and the median are different in quantity.


 What is the theoretical probability of rolling a 4? There is a 0.950 percent of rolling a 4 in theoretical probability.

 How does this compare to the empirical probability indicated by your simulation?

The difference in our simulation is by a great difference, in our simulation there is 13.7 percent of a difference to roll a four

Why isn't it uniform like the rolling of a single die?

When you roll a single die you can only have 6 possibilites rather than rolling two and giving 12 possibilites in the sum. Chances of getting different numbers to get the sum has multiple possibilities. 

What is the theoretical probability of rolling a sum of 5 with two dice?

The theortical probability of roling a sum of 5 is 0.878 percent

How does this compare to the empirical probability indicated by your simulation?

The empirical probability of rolling a sum of 5 with two dice is .007 percent.

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