## Analysis

### Now reflect on what you just did and answer the following questions in your lab report:

(j) The simulation is carried out to model the situation that . Based on your simulation results, what proportion of the 1000 repetitions of the coin tossing model resulted in %count1% or more choosing Tim on the left?

**Technical note:** In general, any one outcome has a small probability, but we can "norm" this calculation, by always looking at an *area *of values. Therefore, we will define our measure of "extreme" to be results *as extreme* as the result observed *or more extreme *(even less consistent with random chance).

(k) This (long-run) propoprtion estimates a probability. Therefore, we will interpret this probability as we did in Lab 0:

If we randomly many, many times under the assumption that then about % of the time we would have .

The previous question is pretty important, ASK if you are not sure. |
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