Imagine that you have a loaded die (that’s the singular of ‘dice’). This means the die is biased. It’s not fair. If you roll it, the probability that you’ll get a \(4\) is higher than the probability of getting any other number. You roll the die a few times and analyze the data.
Decide which of the following is more likely to happen:
\[A. \quad 2, 5, 3, 4, 6\] \[B. \quad 4, 2, 5, 3, 4, 6\]
Drop a comment below with your answer, and please do not explain your answer because I don’t want anyone to get influenced by other peoples’ comments. Just a simple \(A\) or a \(B\) will suffice.
I’m going to bed now and when I wake up the next day I hope to see a lot of comments! :)