Exam II Topic List MGSC 291 fall 2008

Exam II Topic List MGSC 291 fall 2008 - Exam II Topic List...

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Exam II Topic List MGSC 291—Whitcomb Chapter Five—Discrete Random Variables: Binomial Probabilities (special case for a discrete random variable) Given a r.v. with n and p , be able to: recognize when a discrete random variable is binomial and be able to compute: Probabilities for a discrete binomial random variable using binomial tables Expected value (also called the mean) of the binomial random variable Variance and Standard deviation of the binomial random variable Chapter Six—Continuous Random Variables: Uniform Distribution Be able to recognize when a continuous random variable is uniformly distributed. Given the min and max of a uniform distribution (a and b) be able to: Draw the uniform distribution Compute probabilities Find the expected value (mean), Variance, and Standard deviation Normal Distribution Be able to recognize when a continuous random variable is normally distributed.
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course MGSC 291 taught by Professor Rollins during the Fall '09 term at South Carolina.

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