# Discrete Random Experiment

A discrete random experiment is a random experiment that involves a discrete sample space.

**Example(s):**- A Coin Toss Experiment: E.g. Toss a coin (with symbols: {H,T}) two consecutive times, and note the symbol on coin's exposed side.
- A Dice Roll Experiment: E.g. Toss a dice (with symbols: {1,2,3,4,5,6}) three consecutive times, and note whether the three numbers add up to 9 or not.
- A Card Draw Experiment: E.g. Select five cards (with 52 symbol pairs: {(ace,heart),...,(king,diamond)}), and note whether the set is a "flush", a "straight", a "straight flush", is "four of a kind", or other.
- The sum of Two dice rolls, a complex Discrete Random Experiment.

**Counter-Example(s):**- a Continuous Random Experiment, such as a Lifetime Experiment.

**See:**Discrete.