Any process of observation or measurement is called an experiment in statistics. For example, counting the number people visiting a restaurant in a day is an experiment, and so is checking the number obtained on the roll of a die. Typically, we will be interested in experiments whose outcomes differ from one another due (at least in some degree) to random chance.
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