In this 'Elements of Chance' internal, you will be using probability in a real-life setting. There are three parts:
(1) Planning an experiment with chance (e.g. a coin toss)
(2) Doing your experiment and recording the results (e.g. counting the number of heads or tails)
(3) Draw conclusions from your experiment (e.g. there's a 50% chance of getting heads)
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