There is a classic game called “Rock, Paper, Scissors.” Two people play by counting to 3 together, then making a hand gesture to resemble pa
There is a classic game called “Rock, Paper, Scissors.” Two people play by counting to 3 together, then making a hand gesture to resemble paper (hand flat, palm down), rock (fist), or scissors (two fingers extended).
When paper and rock are shown, paper wins the round.
When paper and scissors are shown, scissors wins the round.
When rock and scissors are shown, rock wins the round.
When both players show the same thing, the round is a tie.
Using the site: Rock, Paper, Scissors to play Rock, Paper, Scissors. You will scroll down until you see the hand. Then click on Generate to begin game.
Play 3 rounds of 10, using the same gesture for each round. Record what gesture was used by you, the gesture used by the computer, and the result.
My Option: Scissors
My Option: Paper
Winner? 0,1,2,1,2,1 ,1,1,1
My Option: Rock
Is the event “win the round” dependent on another event? Explain your reasoning.
Create a graph of your data. Make sure to label your graph and that the graph is appropriate for the type of data you have.
Choose an event that you think might influence the probability of winning, then analyze the data using probability to determine whether the event you chose to study is independent of winning. Provide evidence to support your claim.
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