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Single Random Coin Simulation
Course Topic(s): Probability | Randomizing Gadgets
This applet simulates flipping a coin. The user can select the probability of a single coin flip landing with the heads side facing up. The user can set through the simulation or let it run. A graph shows the long run behavior of (the number of Heads - the number of Tails) out of N trials. A teacher could use this applet to develop a lesson. The authors notes that the applet may not run on a Mac.
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Creator(s): Macneil Shonle
Contributor(s): Macneil Shonle
This resource was cataloged by Ginger RowellPublisher:
Physlets Project at Davidson
Resource copyright: The Physlets applets are released under the GNU General Public License. The source code is readily available as a link off of each Phylet's page. However, the Physlet framework used by these Physlets itself is not free software and should not be distribut
This review was published on September 25, 2012
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