People have erroneous intuitions about the laws of chance. In particular, they regard a sample randomly drawn from a population as highly representative, that is, similar to the population in all essential...
Created by authors Duckworth, McCabe, Moore and Sclove for W.H. Freeman and Co., this applet simulates flipping a coin to show how observed probability approaches true probability over time. It accompanies...
This article, created by P.J. Butt of City of London School, explains a coin tossing activity emphasizing the central limit theorem and binomial distributions. Graphs and charts help better illustrate these concepts....
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