## Assumptions in Geometric Probability ☆

Geometric probability makes use of measurement to determine probabilities. For example, the probability of hitting a bullseye could be found by computing the ratio of the area of the bullseye (4π *in*^2) and the area of the entire dart board (64π *in*^2), which is 4/64 = 0.0625; or the probability of breaking a stick randomly …

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