A person suspects a standard number cube is not so standard. Another person rolls this cube 100 times, and it lands on a six 42 times. A thi

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A person suspects a standard number cube is not so standard. Another person rolls this cube 100 times, and it lands on a six 42 times. A third person rolls the cube 100 times, and it lands on a six 33 times. Based on the results, is there evidence to help prove that this cube is not a standard number cube? Explain your reasoning.
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    2021-11-08T12:13:10+00:00

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    The chance of an average six-sided number cube landing one one number is 1/6, or approximately 16.67%. When rolling a number cube 100 times, the average number of times it lands on any specific number should be fairly close to 16.67.

    A 6 being rolled 42 times and 33 times means that it is very likely not to be a standard number cube. Although we cannot know for certain, the chance of this happening is very low.

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