In Exercise 5, the following scenario was presented: As a promotion, a cereal brand is offering a prize in each box and there are four possible prizes. You would like to collect all four prizes, but you only plan to buy six boxes of the cereal before the promotion ends. For this exercise, you want to carry out 1000 simulations of the prizes (# 1, 2, 3, or 4) you will find in six boxes of cereal. The proportion of simulations for which all four prizes appear is an estimate of the probability of getting all four prizes in the six boxes you plan to purchase. Specify what you would answer for each of the following questions to accomplish this simulation using www.randomizer.org.
a. How many sets of numbers do you want to generate?
b. How many numbers per set?
c. Number range (e. g., 1– 50).
d. Do you wish each number in a set to remain unique?
e. Do you wish to sort the numbers that are generated?