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In this Galton Board experiment let LEFT stand for girl and RIGHT for boy.
(1) What do the totals in each of the columns represent? What size of families are these? What do you notice about the middle column(s)? Can you explain what you notice?
(2) Change the rows of pins to 2.
What size of families are these? What do you notice about the middle column? Can you explain what you notice?
(3) Repeat for 3,4,5,6 rows.
(4) Which of the Families spreadsheet experiments does the Board relate to? How? Does the board demonstrate equally likely outcomes or not? Why? How?