**Today, the students learned more about probability. In the previous math class on Monday, the students had an opportunity to play a few different probability games that allowed them to see the difference between theoretical probability and experimental probability. The students learned that if they increase the number of trials in an experiment, it would give them results that would get closer to the theoretical probability. Remarkably, we lucked out and in the demonstration, our experiment equalled exactly what the theoretical probability was! Everyone in the class was surprised by this! We all realized that sometimes luck is on our side!**

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**MATH**: No HW.

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**POST A RESPONSE**:

- Complete the same assignment from Monday, but using a different experiment. For example, do not use a dice or a coin. Click here to review Monday's post a response assignment.
- Also, do not forget to engage your peers with questions, conversations, and feedback.

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