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Just like quartiles, percentiles and percentile rank are among the measures of position. Percentiles divide a ranked data (ordered set...

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Quartiles and interquartile range are among the measures of position. Just like the name indicates, quartiles divide a ranked data...

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Here we show some examples of binomial experiments. But before we do so, what is a binomial experiment? When an...

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Find here some normal distribution word problems or some applications of the normal distribution. Example #1 Suppose the current annual...

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Finding the z-scores for a specified area is the reverse procedure of finding the area under the normal curve. You...

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Standardizing a normal distribution is to convert a normal distribution to the standard normal distribution. In real-world applications, a continuous...

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Learn how to calculate the area under the standard normal curve. This is an important skill, so study the following...

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Here is the standard normal distribution table. The entries give the areas under the standard normal curve from 0 to...

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The standard normal distribution (SND) is a special case of the normal distribution. When a normally distributed variable has a...

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The normal probability distribution, also called normal curve, is a special type of bell-shaped curve like the one you see...

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The continuous probability distribution is a table that shows the frequency and relative frequency of a continuous random variable. Recall...

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The mean of the sampling distribution of x̄ (also called mean of x̄) is the mean of all possible sample means....

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This lesson will show the difference between sampling and nonsampling errors. Using a sample in order to get information about...

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As stated in the previous lesson, the population mean is always constant. However, different samples of the same size drawn...

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The population distribution is the probability distribution using all elements of a population. Suppose there are 5 students in a...

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The Poisson probability distribution is named after the French mathematician Simeon D. Poisson. Suppose there is a power outage in...

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Here is a list of the types of averages used in statistics also called or measures of central tendency. We...

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Summation notation is used to denote the sum of values. Suppose you have a sample consisting of the ages of...

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Suppose we are selecting a few items from a large number of distinct items and you are trying to find...

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We define the factorial of a number as the multiplication of all integers from that number to 1. We use...

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The standard deviation of a discrete random variable is denoted by σ and the formula to use to compute it...

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The mean of a discrete random variable x is the average value that we would expect to get if the...

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The probability distribution of a discrete random variable shows all possible values a discrete random variable can have along with...

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Before giving a definition for discrete random variable, let us define random variable. A random variable is a variable that...

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Using the addition rule for probability, we will show you how to find the probability of the union of two...

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When you get the probability of the intersection of two events, we call this probability joint probability. Let A and...

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In this lesson, you will learn to compute the probability of complementary events. What are complementary events though? Let A...

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In this lesson, we will do the following using a table that shows test results for 200 students who took a...

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Just like the Chebyshev's theorem, the empirical rule can also be used to find the percentage of the total observations that fall...

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Chebyshev's theorem will show you how to use the mean and the standard deviation to find the percentage of the...

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Mutually exclusive events are events that cannot occur together. In other words these events do not have any common outcomes....

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To find the conditional probability, we will use the contingency table that we used in the lesson about marginal probability...

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To explain what marginal probability is, we need a contingency table. A contingency table is a table in which we...

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