Challenge 07: String Theory
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Experiment and share your data!
Try the String Theory probability experiment with a partner and share your data with us. We'll add your results to the table below!
|No. Trials||One Loop||Two Loops||Three Loops|
|01. St. John's Int'l School, Belgium||59||21||30||8|
|02. SAM Academy, Peru||6||3||3||0|
|03. Marissa Rodriguez, Texas, USA||10||6||3||1|
|04. Majorstuen skole, Norway||22||8||11||3|
Spoiler Alert! Video responses include explanations of how to solve the challenge problem. We recommend that you resist the temptation to watch response videos until after you have explored the challenge individually or with a problem solving team!
- What if we had used 4 strings? What about 8 strings? What about 2N strings? (Also: why is it better for us to say 2N strings here, as opposed to N strings?)