The horizontal axis represents the score and the vertical axis represents the number of times the die is thrown. So as we can see the score 6 (represented by the purple histogram) was got, when the dice was thrown 3 times.

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Rolling 2 **dice** 1000 **times** and counting the **number** of **times** the sum ...

Feb 21, 2020 **...** You can also easily illustrate the **results** with a plot: import matplotlib.pyplot as plt plt.**bar**(**results**.keys(), **results**.values()) plt.**show**().

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Law of large **numbers** - Wikipedia

In probability theory, the law of large **numbers** (LLN) is a theorem that describes the result of performing the same experiment a large **number** of **times**.

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