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A regular die has six sides with numbers $1$ to $6$ marked on its sides. If a very large number of throws show the following frequencies of occurrence: $1 \rightarrow 0.167$; $2  \rightarrow 0.167$; $3 \rightarrow 0.152$; $4 \rightarrow 0.166$; $5 \rightarrow 0.168$; $6 \rightarrow 0.180$. We call this die

  1. irregular
  2.  biased
  3. Gaussian
  4. insufficient
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