# What is experiment in probability?

**probability**theory, an

**experiment**or trial (see below) is any procedure that can be infinitely repeated and has a well-defined set of possible outcomes, known as the sample space. An

**experiment**is said to be random if it has more than one possible outcome, and deterministic if it has only one.

Moreover, what is event and experiment in probability?

An **experiment** is a situation involving chance or **probability** that leads to results called outcomes. An **event** is one or more outcomes of an **experiment**. One **event** of this **experiment** is landing on blue. **Probability** is the measure of how likely an **event** is.

Also Know, what is the probability experiment? A **probability experiment** is a situation where chance affects the result of an **experiment**. If the **experiment** can only have two outcomes, it is named Bernoulli trial. A coin flip is a **probability experiment** because chance affects whether a coin will land heads or tails when it is flipped.

Likewise, people ask, what is an example of a experimental probability?

**Experimental probability** is defined as the **probability** of an event when ratio of occurrence of events and total number of trials is taken. **Example** 1: If a coin is tossed 10 times, head appears 3 times. Find **experimental probability** of getting a head.

What is the outcome of an experiment?

**Outcome** (probability) In probability theory, an **outcome** is a possible result of an **experiment** or trial. Each possible **outcome** of a particular **experiment** is unique, and different **outcomes** are mutually exclusive (only one **outcome** will occur on each trial of the **experiment**).