This is a video from yourteacher.com on simulations for Pre Algebra. It explains what simulations are and gives an example problem. The teacher reminds us that it is important to remember that there can be more than one simulation for a problem. The teacher suggests a simulation for the problem given and suggests how many times to run the simulation. The teacher makes a simulation for what sex a child is by flipping a coin and suggests to flip the coin 50 or 100 times. The teacher also explains how to find the probability.
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