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'Snake-Eyes ' Joe (Posted on 2008-07-28) Difficulty: 3 of 5
"Snake-Eyes" Joe introduced a die of his own into a game of chance.

He was subsequently challenged that the die was biased.

Very rigorously test to see if there are grounds to substantiate this claim; don't accept just two or three trial runs. Are you able to offer a theoretical model consistent with your findings?

Test "Snake-Eyes" Joe's Die with this simulator which has a run of 60,000 at a time:

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Note: the data changes with each subsequent mouse-over visitation to the link.

See The Solution Submitted by brianjn    
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  Subject Author Date
Solution modifiedbrianjn2008-08-07 03:28:20
re: Let there be No RandomEigenray2008-08-02 05:07:29
Solution Change Requestedbrianjn2008-08-02 00:49:04
Let there be No Randombrianjn2008-08-01 23:40:10
SolutionRecurrenceEigenray2008-08-01 22:16:07
re(2): error in solution - fallacy?Eigenray2008-08-01 20:56:51
re: error in solution - fallacy?brianjn2008-08-01 05:45:07
Solutionerror in solutionEigenray2008-07-31 10:27:26
SolutionSolutionDej Mar2008-07-30 09:26:26
re(2): possible theorybrianjn2008-07-30 09:20:28
re: possible theorybrianjn2008-07-29 10:57:48
Some Thoughtspossible theoryPaul2008-07-28 19:36:45
Solutiona solutionCharlie2008-07-28 16:38:13
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