Flipping Coins and Exponential Decay

Unit 4: Statistics: Using Probability to Make Decisions
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT develop a tangible understanding of the distinction between experimental and theoretical values in probability.

Big Idea: Sometimes running multiple trials can help us get a better idea of what we don't know. Other times, multiple trials can help us get real data that is closer to what we expected in the first place.

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Math, Probability (Math / Data Analysis), Probability and Simulation, probability (dependent and independent events)
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