Experiment in which the result is determined by chance.
- Rolling two honest dice with 6 six faces numbered 1 to 6 and observing the result on the top face is a random experiment.
- Drawing a ball from a bag that contains red, blue, and yellow balls and observing the colour of the ball is also a random experiment.
- Drawing a card from a regular deck of 52 cards.
- Tossing two coins.
- Observing two chess players and determining which one will win is not a random experiment, because there is not much room for chance in chess: the result of a game of chess depends largely on the players’ experience and skill level.