# probability of an event

How do you predict the probability of an event using trials or simulations? Example please? Thanks. :)

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1. Say you wanted to know the probability of getting seven when rolling two dice. You could make a bunch of rolls. Number-with-7/Number-rolls = estimated probability of rolling 7.

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