Hi all!

I'm trying to find the way how can I understand what is the acceptable deviation (to still be able to state that a dice is not biased) of real results from theoretical probability of 16.7% (1/6) when rolling one six sided dice for n amount of times. My question is:

For example, I roll the dice for 10, 100, 1000 and 10000 times and get the following results

How can I determine what would be an acceptable delta (or at least some approximation) for each amount of rolls to be able to state that dice is fair or what is the way I can think about it? Please, try to keep it as simple as possible, as I'm doing my first steps into probability.

Thank you in advance

I'm trying to find the way how can I understand what is the acceptable deviation (to still be able to state that a dice is not biased) of real results from theoretical probability of 16.7% (1/6) when rolling one six sided dice for n amount of times. My question is:

For example, I roll the dice for 10, 100, 1000 and 10000 times and get the following results

How can I determine what would be an acceptable delta (or at least some approximation) for each amount of rolls to be able to state that dice is fair or what is the way I can think about it? Please, try to keep it as simple as possible, as I'm doing my first steps into probability.

Thank you in advance

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