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*Writing* Explain the difference between theoretical probability and experimental probability.

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We will give explanation of difference between theoretical and experimental probability.

Theoretical probability gives us how likely does some event occur, for example rolling a fair dice, we know all sides have same probability of $\frac{1}{6}$.

On the other hand, experimental probability tells us how frequent an event happend in experiment, you could roll the dice $600$ times but do not necessary get $100$ ones, $100$ twos, ..., $100$ times number six. There is theoretical probability that you get all $600$ times number one, but of course it is so little that is almost impossible.

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