Comparing experimental and theoretical probability  Probability
Comparing experimental and theoretical probability
In this section, we compare experimental probability and theoretical probability. Experimental probability is the probability of an event occurring based on experimental results. In contrast, theoretical probability is the expected probability of an event occurring. In previous sections, we practiced calculating theoretical probability. In this section, we examine a given chart to determine whether it provides information about experimental or theoretical probability. Also, we practice interpreting tables of experimental results and using these tables to calculate the experimental and theoretical probabilities of outcomes occurring.
Lessons

2.
Jessie flips two coins 20 times to determine the experimental probability of landing on heads versus tails. Here are his results.
Coin Outcome
Experimental Results
H, H
IIII
H, T
IIIII
T, H
IIIIII
T, T
IIIII