**Problem Statement: **The first strategy that I would use would be just random guessing because there are two choices which means that you have a 50% chance of getting an X or and O. An estimate for this strategy is if I were to pick a card ten times, five out of ten times I picked a card it would be an X and the same for O. The next strategy is the way that you put the cards in the bag. If you put the cards in the bag with two X’s and one O facing you then it would be more likely to pick an X instead of an O because in the bag the cards most likely move around from shape and material. If you knew how you put them in the bag it will be easier for you to guess.

**Process:** The process that I went through to get these strategies is that I played the game twice and each time I picked a card ten times. The first time I played it was just a practice game without taking any data. The second time I played I found that I had a 50% chance of getting either an X or an O. The third time that I played I put the cards in the back with two of the cards showing X’s and one of the cards showing an O. The third time there was a higher chance of me picking one of the cards that showed an X than an O.

**Results:** My results that I figured out was that the second strategy is more successful than the first.

**Self Assessment** After doing this POW I have a better understanding of what we're doing a little bit more. Overall I think I did pretty good on the POW and I feel like I almost fully understood it.