Q: A probability found as a result of an experiment?

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It is the result of the experiment. It is the value of the observation.

Select an experiment that has a random result rather than one that is deterministic. The result of the experiment is the outcome of the probabilistic experiment.

Yes.

In a probability experiment, various outcomes are possible and the experiment is conducted to observe which outcomes occur. The experiment is performed repeatedly to collect data and determine the likelihood or probability of each outcome happening. The results of the experiment are analyzed to understand and make predictions about future occurrences of the event.

It is empirical (or experimental) probability.

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It is the result of the experiment. It is the value of the observation.

Experimental probability

Select an experiment that has a random result rather than one that is deterministic. The result of the experiment is the outcome of the probabilistic experiment.

The experimental probability, by definition, can only be determined after you have carried out the experiment!

You carry out the experiment a large number of times. Count the number of times it was carried out (n). Count the number of times in which the particular outcome occurred (x). Then, the experimental probability for that even is x/n.

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The answer depends on what the experiment is!

Experimental Probability

Experimental

Yes.

In a probability experiment, various outcomes are possible and the experiment is conducted to observe which outcomes occur. The experiment is performed repeatedly to collect data and determine the likelihood or probability of each outcome happening. The results of the experiment are analyzed to understand and make predictions about future occurrences of the event.

Empirical probability.