Some things in life are simple; this is one of them. Research the topic of simple probability. Define both theoretical and experimental probabilities and briefly discuss the difference between the two. After this, design an experiment of simple probability. Common examples usually involve dice or playing cards. Perform your experiment 50 times and record your results. Determine the theoretical probability of your experiment. In a paragraph, discuss the difference or similarity between your theoretical and experimental probabilities and why or why not you see a difference, and what might cause the difference to change.
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