simulate this same experiment using a single, six-sided die. Choose a particular number—for example, 3. Roll the die until you get your number; that’s one “try.” Make a chart and title it “Tries vs Rolls” Keep rolling until your chosen number is rolled 100 times (100 “tries”), and use your “Tries vs Rolls” chart to Keep track of the number of total rolls needed to roll the number you select 100 times. Ask your friends or family members to help and have fun with you! In your write-up, think about and answer these questions: 1. What did you expect the average to be (from classical probability)? 2. What accounts for the differences from what you expected? 3. Would we get the same thing if we rolled another 100 experiments with the same die?