Let' s Talk about "Rolling"
Sol hear that people don' t listen to the
statistical facts of the new craze
Rolling". l' here to explain it to you.
Take, for example, a single die. For those of you who don' t 387, 420, 489 times, But
know, that is the of dice. The odds of rolling, STATISTICAL PROBABILITY
say, a one on a single die is 1/ 6, states that this is the
Every one can agree on this, no? number of times that the
Well, the odds of roll a 9 on a 9 sided die is 1/ 9. Take, then, dice must be rolled before
rolling dice, and up in a row. For each you get 999, 999, 999. And
section, you have a 1/ 9 chance of rollings 9. the next time that you try
Now, to determine the probability of , 999, 999, to use math, consult a
you would multiply 1/ 9x1/ 9x1/ filets. Basically, multiply 1/ 9 statistics teacher. Or read
by itselfs times. That would give the statistical odds thata a book, That wasjust be
command of *roll 9* would come up with 999, 999, 999. enough to help your little
By definition, this is determining probability with brains.
replacement/ THAT ! EANS: you account for the fact that
numbers may be repeated as often as they' d like. I' m not
buyingthat you will get 999, 999, 999 if you Noll 9*