Scientific Computing with Python Projects - Probability Calculator

Tell us what’s happening:

It is ok that the test fail and let me know that the experiment method should return a different probability.
First question: What is that probability to acheive (and its tolerance to be considered a valid result)?
Second question: Why there is no specification of which tests are gonna be run to validate the code as there is in other exercises? I feel this could be a better and helpful way to approach and debug the solution.

Your code so far

import copy
import random

class Hat:
    def __init__(self, **kwargs):

        for key, value in kwargs.items():
            for i in range(value):

    def draw(self, number):
        all_removed = []
        if number > len(self.contents):
            return self.contents
        for i in range(number):
            removed = self.contents.pop(int(random.random() * len(self.contents)))
        return all_removed
def experiment(hat, expected_balls, num_balls_drawn, num_experiments):
    count = 0
    for i in range(num_experiments):
        expected_copy = copy.deepcopy(expected_balls)
        hat_copy = copy.deepcopy(hat)
        colors_gotten = hat_copy.draw(num_balls_drawn)

        for color in colors_gotten:
            if color in expected_copy:

        if(all(x <= 0 for x in expected_copy.values())):
            count +=1
    return count / num_experiments

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Challenge Information:

Scientific Computing with Python Projects - Probability Calculator

If you open the browser console you should be able to have additional information after running the tests.

I would like to see the parameters of the experiment. According to the console result should be in the range 0.271 - 0.272 but I would like to play with the parameters and see what happens…