Exercise

# Throwing two fair dice

We now know how to implement the first two steps of a simulation. Now let's implement the next step - defining the relationship between random variables.

Often times, our simulation will involve not just one, but multiple random variables. Consider a game where you throw two dice and win if each die shows the same number. Here we have two random variables - the two dice - and a relationship between each of them - we win if they show the same number, lose if they don't. In reality, the relationship between random variables can be much more complex, especially when simulating things like weather patterns.

By the end of this exercise, you will be familiar with how to implement the third step of running a simulation - defining relationships between random variables.

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Set
`num_dice`

to 2. - Complete the
`np.random.choice()`

function to throw two dice and record the outcomes in the`outcomes`

variable. - Fill in the Boolean condition to check if the two dice show the same number.