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Chapter 8 Project

Chapter 8 Project
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  • Chapter Project

    Use the Plinko Simulator.

    • Set the number of rows to 25.
    • Set the probability of falling to the right at 0.5.
    • Drop a ball by pressing "Start."
    • Drop 99 more balls. You do not have to wait for one drop to complete before starting the next drop.
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    Cody (moderator)7 years ago |
    When I see this page I'm reminded of the show "The Price is Right." As a kid I always thought of this as a game of luck, but now I realize that it is more a game of mathematical probability. There are a lot of game shows where a mathematician could have an advantage.
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