# Rolling the Dice: Probability

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Have you ever wondered how probability works? In this project, you'll explore the concept of probability by rolling dice and seeing what numbers come up.

## Hypothesis

The hypothesis is that the probability of each number showing up will differ between the one die and two dice experiments.

## Method & Materials

You will conduct two experiments with dice: rolling one die 100 times and rolling two dice 100 times. Record the number that each die shows.
You will need paper, pencils, dice in three colors (red, white, and green), and a calculator (optional).

## Results

After conducting the experiments, you'll be able to observe that the probability of each number showing up does differ between the one die and two dice experiments.

## Why do this project?

This science project is interesting and unique because it allows students to explore the concept of probability in a hands-on way.

## Also Consider

Consider experimenting with different numbers of dice, or rolling the dice a different number of times.

## Full project details

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