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Course: PHYSICS 401, Fall 2008
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of Review basic probability and statistics Probability: basic denitions A random variable is the outcome of a natural process that can not be predicted with certainty. Examples: the maximum temperature next Tuesday in Chicago, the price of WalMart stock two days from now, the result of ipping a coin, the response of a patient to a drug, the number of people who will vote for a certain candidate in a future...

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