Bean Experimental and Theoretical Probability

Name: _________________________ Date:_________________ Period:__________

Directions: At this station you are going to find the theoretical and experimental probability of three different types of beans. In the center of the table you will see little cups filled with beans. Please select a cup from the center of the table. Without looking please select a bean from the cup and record your result on the table. Then replace the bean just pulled and without looking select another bean. Repeat this process until you have experimentally pulled 15 beans (making sure to replace the bean every time) and record your results on the table. After completing the 15 pulls please answer the following questions found below the table regarding your findings.

Bean Color | Results |

Black | |

White | |

Brown | |

What is the experimental probability of selecting a black or white bean?

What is the theoretical probability of selecting a brown bean?

What is the theoretical probability of selecting a brown or white bean?

What is the experimental probability of not selecting a white bean?

What is the experimental probability of selecting a white, brown or black bean?

Coin Experimental and Theoretical Probability

Name: _________________________ Date:_________________ Period:__________

Directions: At this station you are going to find the theoretical and experimental probability of tossing a coin. You are to select and then toss 1 coin on the table 15 times individually. Please record your results in the following table and then answer the questions regarding your findings.

### The Term Paper on Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Relieff and Rrelieff

A broad spectrum of successful uses calls for especially careful investigation of various features Relief algorithms have. In this paper we theoretically and empirically investigate and discuss how and why they work, their theoretical and practical properties, their parameters, what kind of dependencies they detect, how do they scale up to large number of examples and features, how to sample data ...

Coin | Frequency |

Heads | |

Tails | |

What is the experimental probability of tossing heads?

What is the theoretical probability of tossing heads?

What is the theoretical probability of tossing heads or tails?

What is the experimental probability of not tossing heads?

What is the experimental probability of tossing heads or tails?

What is the theoretical probability of tossing tails?

Dice Experimental and Theoretical Probability

Name: _________________________ Date:_________________ Period:__________

Directions: At this station you are going to find the theoretical and experimental probability of rolling a die. You are to select and then toss 1 die on the table 15 times individually. Please record your results in the following table and then answer the questions regarding your findings.

Face | Frequency |

1 | |

2 | |

3 | |

4 | |

5 | |

6 | |

What is the experimental probability of rolling a 4?

What is the theoretical probability of rolling a 6?

What is the theoretical probability of rolling an odd number?

What is the experimental probability of not rolling a 6?

What is the experimental probability of rolling a prime?

What is the theoretical probability of rolling a 1 or a 3?

Pom Pom Experimental and Theoretical Probability

Name: _________________________ Date:_________________ Period:__________

Directions: At this station you are going to find the theoretical and experimental probability of six colors of pom poms. In the center of the table you will see little cups filled with the pom poms. Please select a cup from the center of the table. Without looking please select a pom pom from the cup and record your result on the table. Then replace the pom pom just pulled and without looking select another pom pom. Repeat this process until you have experimentally pulled 15 pom poms (making sure to replace the pom pom every time) and record your results on the table. After completing the 15 pulls please answer the following questions found below the table regarding your findings.

### The Term Paper on Test Tube Experimental Water Tubes

Materials and Methods The first experiment involved examining the effect of temperature on aerobic respiration of germinated pea seeds. The students testing the effect of temperature, will be divided into two groups. The first group is Student Pair A. They will test the effect of 10 C, 20 C and 30 C temperatures on pea respiration rate.The second group is Student Pair B. They will test the effect ...

Color | Results |

Red | |

Orange | |

Yellow | |

Green | |

Blue | |

Purple | |

What is the experimental probability of selecting a purple?

What is the theoretical probability of selecting a yellow or orange?

What is the theoretical probability of not selecting a blue?

What is the experimental probability of selecting red, orange or blue?

What is the experimental probability of not selecting a yellow or purple?

What is the theoretical probability of selecting a green?

Dice Experimental and Theoretical Probability

Name: _________________________ Date:_________________ Period:__________

Directions: Complete each of the following experimental and theoretical probability questions about the dice. Roll the die 15 times and record the experimental probability in the table provided. Then answer the following questions about your findings.

Face | Frequency |

1 | |

2 | |

3 | |

4 | |

5 | |

6 | |

What is the theoretical probability of rolling a 2 on the die?

What is the experimental probability of rolling an odd number on the die?

What is the experimental probability of not rolling a 1 on the die?

Spinner Experimental and Theoretical Probability

Name: _________________________ Date:_________________ Period:__________

Directions: Complete each of the following experimental and theoretical probability questions about the spinner. Spin the spinner 15 times and record the experimental probability in the table provided. Then answer the following questions about your findings.

Color | Frequency |

Red | |

Orange | |

Brown | |

Purple | |

Blue | |

Vanilla | |

Yellow | |

Black | |

Green | |

What is the experimental probability of spinning green?

What is the theoretical probability of spinning orange?

What is the experimental probability of spinning black or blue?

### The Dissertation on Research and experimental development

“Research and experimental development (R&D) comprise creative work undertaken on a systematic basis in order to increase the stock of knowledge, including knowledge of man, culture and society, and the use of this stock of knowledge to devise new applications.” (OECD (2002) Frascati Manual: proposed standard practice for surveys on research and experimental development, 6th ...