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BUS207.920
NAME_Chris Nagy
Chapters 57 [120 points]
16Oct07
4 points each unless otherwise stated
Make sure I can find your answers.
MATCHING [2 points each correct answer]
[1]
Binomial Probability Distribution
[A]
A value between zero and one, inclusive, describing the
[J]
relative possibility [chance or likelihood] and event
will occur.
[2]
Combination
[B]
A collection of one or more outcomes of an
[I]
experiment.
[3]
Conditional Probability
[C]
the occurrence of one even means that none of the
[G]
other events can occur at the same time.
[4]
Continuity Correction factor
[D]
P(A or B) + P(A) + P(B)
[P]
[5]
Event
[E]
P(A or B) + P(A) + P(B)  P(AandB)
[B]
[6]
General rule of addition
[F]
The occurrence of one event has no effect on the
[D]
probability of the occurrence of another event.
[7]
Hypergeometric Probability dist
[G]
the probability of a particular event occurring, given
[K}
than another even has occurred.
[8]
Independence
[F]
[9]
Mutually Exclusive
[C]
[10] Normal Probability Distribution
[J]
_____has two possible outcomes which are mutually exclusive,
[N]
there is a fixed number of trials; the outcomes have the same
probability of occurrence and the trials are independent.
[11]
Permutation
[K]
_____ has two possible outcomes which are mutually exclusive,
[H]
there is a fixed number of trials; the outcomes have the same
probability of occurrence and the trials are not independent.
[12]
Poisson Probability Distribution
[L]
The probability is proportional to the length of an interval;
[L]
the intervals are independent.
[H]
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