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Probability & Chi Square

Course: BIO 2322, Spring 2008
School: Texas San Antonio
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Statistics Elementary and Probability Analysis PROBABILITY: the number of times a particular event occurs, divided by the total number of opportunities for the event to occur. Example: If a coin is flipped an infinite amount of time the probability that you would get heads is 0.5 and the probability that you would be tails is 0.5 . SUM RULE: the combined probability of two (or more) mutually exclusive events...

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