Interactive Statistics
Probability Distribution
pp. 189-192
This module illustrates the concept of a probability distribution through a coin-tossing simulation. In this simulation, a coin is tossed three times for each experiment and the experiment is conducted n times. After each experiment, the simulation will count the number of occurrences of a specified event, number of heads. Then, the results will be recorded in the relative frequency chart. Compare the theoretical probabilities based on classical probability theory with the observed relative frequencies.

You may need to install the latest Java Runtime Environment to run this module.