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The Law of Large Numbers

Stop the madness! This explains how to work with large numbers!

becky rocco

on 25 April 2010

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http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/%7Estark/Java/Html/lln.htm Definition How is it used??? http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/
activities/AdvancedMontyHall/ http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/AdjustableSpinner/ The Law of Large Numbers Imagine you have a die and you want to roll
a six, how many times will it take to roll a six? You might think six, but actually, there is
no answer to this question. A die does not
have a memory and will not show a specific
number just because it has or has not shown
it before. This is the best explanation for the
law of large numbers. Let's see it in action! http://bcs.whfreeman.com/ips4e/cat_010/applets/expectedvalue.html The law of large numbers
is a law that proves probability.
It means that no matter how many
times you try to do something with
probability, the percent or fraction
remains the same.
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