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Fill out the EEEE questionaire.
Play around the Probdemo program.
Pick your favorite program, and comment in your journal about
what you have learned from it, if anything.
Here are some suggestions:

Play around with betting strategies.
See if you can get one to work for you.
Will you try one of these out next time you have
the chance?
Why or why not?

See if you think random walk in the plane is recurrent.

If 70% of the squares start out black, what are the chances that
black will be the winner?

London bombs can be considered the same as putting chocolate bits
in a cookie.
Estimate the chance that if you put 200 chips in 100 cookies,
at least one cookie will have 6 or more chips in it.

How many needles would you have to drop to get the Buffon estimate for
pi to start out 3.14.
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