Random Walks

Use probability to predict where you'll end up during your random walk.

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There is a hexagonal grid in the middle of the image. Each hexagon is white with a black outline. The bottom row has one hexagon, the row above that has two hexagons, the row above that has three hexagons, and the row above that has four hexagons. The hexagons border one another so that there is no space between them, like in a beehive. On top of the hexagons, there is a row of five blue circles side-by-side. There are two blue arrows on the sides of the hexagonal grid. The left arrow points in the north-west direction. The right arrow points in the north-east direction. There is a green border around the images.