______________ is process that you can do over and over, where each result

______________ is process that you can do over and over, where each result does not affect the next. Ex. Flipping a coin, rolling dice, choosing a card, etc.

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In probability, an experiment is any procedure that can be infinitely repeated and has a well-defined set of possible outcomes. Thus, an experiment is a process that you can do over and over, where each result does not affect the next. For example: Flipping a coin, rolling dice, choosing a card, etc. are all experiments.

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