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7- 1 Chapter Seven Continuous Probability Distributions Continuous Probability Distributions ONE Understand the difference between discrete and continuous distributions . TWO Compute the mean and the standard deviation for a uniform distribution. THREE Compute probabilities using the uniform distribution. FOUR List the characteristics of the normal probability distribution. Goals Goals
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7- 2 Chapter Seven   continued GOALS FIVE Define and calculate z values. SIX Determine the probability an observation will lie between two points using the standard normal distribution. SEVEN Determine the probability an observation will be above or below a given value using the standard normal distribution. Continuous Probability Distributions Continuous Probability Distributions Goals
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7- 3 Discrete and continuous Discrete and continuous distributions A Discrete Discrete distribution is based on random variables which can assume only clearly separated values. Discrete distributions studied include: o Binomial o Poisson. A Continuous Continuous distribution usually results from measuring something. Continuous distributions include: o Uniform o Normal
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7- 4 Uniform Continuous Distribution Uniform Continuous Distribution “Uniform” - Being the same as or consonant with another or others. “Continuous” – An infinite range of possible outcomes “Distribution” – Categories of outcomes
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7- 5 Uniform Continuous Distribution Uniform Continuous Distribution Examples: 1. Safety inspector plans to choose a time at random during the four afternoon work hours to pay a surprise visit to a certain area of a plant 2.
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