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Peter is interested in designing an experiment to test the probability of tossing a certain number on a fair cube. He will toss one cube 10 times in a row and count how many times the cube lands on the number 4. What is one aspect of this experiment he can change to make the results even more accurate?

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  1. It would help to record the numbers for all tosses as a comparison.

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    posted by PsyDAG
  2. He can toss the cube more than 10 times

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    posted by POTATO
  3. poop

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  4. He can toss more than 1 cube?

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