Experimental probability is the chance of something happening based on repeated testing and observing results. It is the ratio of the number of times an event occurred to the number of times tested. To find the experimental probability of winning a game, one must play the game many times, then divide the number of games won by the total number of games played.
the actual number of occurrences of a particular (favorable) outcome divided by the total number of trials or outcomes for a particular experiment; as the total number of trials or outcomes increases, the closer the experimental probability comes to the theoretical probability (see theoretical probability)
A probability calculated from the results of an experiment.
Probability estimate for an outcome of an experiment based on the outcome's experimental frequency; also called Empirical Probability.
The numerical measure of what actually happens in an experiment; actual outcomes ÷ possible outcomes.
the ratio of the number of times an event occurs to the number of trials.
the ratio of the number of favorable outcomes in an experiment to the total number of outcomes in the experiment.
Probability based on experimental data; the ratio of the total number of times the favorable outcomes happens to the total number of times the experiment is done found by repeating the experiment several times, given by the formula P(E)=Number of successful outcomes / total number of outcomes.