Toss
the set of n coins.
The measured probability P(r) is the number of occurrences of r heads
divided by the number of tosses, N.
It gives the measured probability distribution.
If you tossed the set many times
(® ¥)you would get the **
binomial distribution** for p = ½ and the particular value of n. Vary
N to see how the measured distribution approaches the theoretical one as N
gets larger. |