Simulating More Coin Tosses
To really see the longterm pattern in these simulated results, we need to run many, many more repetitions of the sets of %n1% tosses.
 Again set the Number of tosses to match your class sample size, but now change the Number of repetitions from 1 to 1000.
 Click theToss Coins button and examine the resulting dotplot. [Option: On the far right in the applet you can check the "Hide coins" box to save some space.]
(h) So when we set the probability of success to be 0.50, what are reasonably likely (typical) outcomes for the "number of successes" (based on your dotplot)?
Evaluate the study data: But this distribution, although beautiful, by itself really tells us nothing. We need to use it to evaluate the result we observed in our class.

Saving the output:
(i) Use the Snipping Tool to make a screen capture of your results (your inputs and the resulting dotplot). Remember to save your Word file often.