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When a single die is rolled, the probability of a one is 1/6, or 0.167. Let’s simulate 3000 rolls of a die.
a. Use the commands given in Exercise 9.85 and a calculator or computer to simulate the rolling of a single die 3000 times. Using the results from the simulation:
b. Sum the data and divide by 3000. Explain what this value represents.
c. Determine the standard error of proportion.
d. Determine the 95% confidence interval for p = P(one)
e. How do the results from the simulation compare with your expectations? Explain.


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