MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# (This question has 4 parts) 1. Use an appropriate technology to simulate 25 tosses of a coin. Report your results2.What experimental probability is indicated by this data?3. What is the theoretical probability that a coin toss will yield a result of heads? Or tails?4. Explain any differences between the theoretical probability and the experimental probability. (Sorry for so much but I honestly have no idea how to do this) (Please make a good answer with details and include how you did it)

Accepted Solution

A:

Heads - 12

Tails - 13

Total Flips - 25

-- separate --

Probability of heads: 12/25 = 0.48

Probability of tails: 13/25 = 0.52

-- separate --

Heads: 48%

Tails: 52%

Hope this helps.

Tails - 13

Total Flips - 25

-- separate --

Probability of heads: 12/25 = 0.48

Probability of tails: 13/25 = 0.52

-- separate --

Heads: 48%

Tails: 52%

Hope this helps.