Explain what outcomes of an experiment are. What does it mean to have equally likely outcomes? Provide examples to illustrate.

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I need help bad.. Everything I wanted to use was dice, cards, and other stuff but I can't because a bunch of other students have already used them so I need something new but I can not think of anything. Please help me

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The outcomes of an experiment are simply the results of the experiment. When they say that the outcomes are equally likely, this means that the probability associated to each outcome is the same. For the example, maybe you can use a <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinner_(game)">spinner</a> or maybe a <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roulette">Roulette Wheel</a> (or something that can be found in Vegas)?

If two sports competitors are evenly matched who wins
the competition is an example of equally likely events.
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Use Google to find other examples.
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Cheers,
Stan H.

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