Gambling in Vegas – Intro to Descriptive Statistics


Let’s take a simple example that will be analogous to having a population with samples. Let’s say you’re gambling in Vegas. You’re playing a gambling game where you roll a tetrahedral die. You roll the die twice, and then, take the average of the two rolls. To win, the average has to be at least three. What’s the probability that the average of your two rolls will be at least three? Just take a guess.

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