## Experiment (probability theory)

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In probability theory, an experiment or trial (see below) is any procedure that can be infinitely repeated and has a well-defined set of possible outcomes, known ...

## Experimental probability | Probability basics | Khan Academy

Based on past experience, we can make reasonable estimates of the likelihood of future events.

Probability is a mathematical representation of the likelihood that something will happen, i.e. an event.

## Experimental probability | Basic probability | Khan Academy

Feb 19, 2015 ... Based on past experience, we can make reasonable estimates of the likelihood of future events.

## Experimental probability | Probability basics | Khan Academy

Practice making reasonable estimates of the likelihood of future events based on past experience.

## experimental probability Definition - Math Glossary from MathGoodies

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Math definition for experimental probability. Our Math Glossary provides more than simple definitions: A link to a related lesson is provided for each term in our  ...

## Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability - Softschools

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## Theoretical and experimental probabilites | Khan Academy

Mar 4, 2015 ... Probability models. Theoretical and experimental probabilites · Making predictions with probability ... Probability models example: frozen yogurt.

## Theoretical Probability versus Experimental Probability - Algebra help

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You've heard the terms, theoretical probability and experimental probability, but what do they mean? Are they in anyway related? This is what we are going to ...

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Q: Why is it called experimental probability.
A: It's difficult to think of a real event to which an exact probability can be assigned. We say that flipping a coin yields 'heads' with probability 1/2 but we do... Read More »