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Q: What is the possible result when an experiment performed in math?

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A sample space is the set of all possible outcomes from an experiment..

The Black Math Experiment was created in 2004.

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Here are a couple possible math problems that have 89 as a result: 100 - 11 = 89 44 + 45 = 89

A variable is a very important thing when you are doing an experiment. These are things that have an effect on the experiment. There are three categories of variables in math:The controlled variable: variable the never changesThe manipulated variable: variable that does changeThe responding variable: the result of the experiment

Pretty much as it is in math, something that is undefined, but in Science it needs to be defined or the experiment cant continue. Your variables are basically what you measure, what you change and your control, both positive and negative (one with a 100% percent positive result and another with a 100% negative result)

Sometimes it is possible to define a model for a trial or experiment and then use mathematical or scientific rules to determine the probability of the possible outcomes. Such a procedure gives theoretical probabilities.

A trial is the performance or exercise of that experiment

There is no possible answer because that is not a proper math problem

Math is a universal language. It is performed the same everywhere.

Is an operation.

Is perfectly possible.

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