Difference between experiment and outcome, Mathematics

Difference Between Experiment and Outcome

Experiment is an operation that produces outcomes which can be observed.

Outcome/Event is the result of an experiment.

 

Experiment

Outcome


1.

Inspecting a light bulb

Defective or non-defective

2.

Examining a student's academic record

Cumulative grade point average

3.

Examining a medical record

Diagnosis of a disease

4.

Purchasing shares of a
 common stock

Increase, decrease or no change
 in price per share

5.

Rolling dice

Numbers appearing on the upturned faces

6.

Running a mile

 

Time elapsed

7.

Following a diet

Weight loss or gain

8.

Running for public office

Win or lose

9.

Purchasing a new automobile

Performance acceptable or unacceptable

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