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Step five of a simulation
To find the probability of an event you can develop a ____________ and calculate a ___________ answer
Step two of a simulation
Step four of a simulation
The technique of starting with a ______ and then imitating it is most efficient.
Mathematical representation of a random event.
Part of math that describes the pattern of chance outcomes
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One event doesnâ€™t influence the next event
To calculate the _________ of an event you can observe a random phenomenon many times and calculate the relative frequency of the results
The imitation of chance behavior, based on a model that accurately reflects the phenomenon under consideration.
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