# Experimental Probabilities

- Author:
- Samantha Besse

## Instructions:

Enter the number of times you rolled each sum below the corresponding sum. Your graph will display this data, and the probabilities of rolling each sum will appear below. Make sure that the probabilities have a denominator of 36!

## Questions:

Using your Experimental Data, answer the following:
1. Based on the experimental probabilities, what sum are you most likely to roll? Least likely? Did this surprise you? Why or why not?
2. Do you notice anything special about the general shape of the graph? Explain why this might be.
3. Based only on this data, if you had to guess what sum you would roll next, what would you choose and why?