d. After 18 rolls, what would be the empirical probability of getting a three on at least one of those rolls? Also, list the likelihood scale term from the table above.
Percent Probability 

Empirical Probability (Rounded to the Nearest Whole Percent) (2 points) 
? 
Likelihood Scale Term (2 points) 
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Show your work:
What do you notice about the answers for parts c and d above? (2 points) 
? 
Roll # 
Dice 
Roll # 
Dice 
Roll # 
Dice 
Roll 1 
? 
Roll 7 
? 
Roll 13 
? 
Roll 2 
? 
Roll 8 
? 
Roll 14 
? 
Roll 3 
? 
Roll 9 
? 
Roll 15 
? 
Roll 4 
? 
Roll 10 
? 
Roll 16 
? 
Roll 5 
? 
Roll 11 
? 
Roll 17 
? 
Roll 6 
? 
Roll 12 
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Roll 18 
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ANSWER:
Give that,
Emprical probability:
empirical probability of getting a three on at least one of those rolls = 1 ÷ 18 = 0.055 = 5.5% = 6%
Likelihood scale term = Rare.
We notice that in cases of never getting a certain event the probability of an event is 0, whereas for at least one, the probability is 6%, which says that the such an event occurrence is rare.
Roll #  Dice  Roll #  Dice  Roll #  Dice 
Roll 1  4  Roll 7  3  Roll 13  5 
Roll 2  3  Roll 8  4  Roll 14  2 
Roll 3  3  Roll 9  4  Roll 15  2 
Roll 4  1  Roll 10  1  Roll 16  6 
Roll 5  6  Roll 11  2  Roll 17  6 
Roll 6  4  Roll 12  1  Roll 18  5 
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