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First Midterm

# First Midterm - Chapter 4 • Counting rules • Unions •...

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7/7/11 Chapter 2 Frequency distribution Relative frequency Cumulative distribution Histograms Polygons
7/7/11 Chapter 3 Mean Standard deviation Variance Interquartile range Median Coefficient of variation

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7/7/11 Understand skewness and correlation Mean, Standard Deviation and Variance of grouped data Box Plots (also known as box and whisker plots) Percentiles
7/7/11 Chapter 3 continued Chebychev Empirical (or normal) rule 1 standard deviation 2 standard deviations 3 standard deviations

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Unformatted text preview: 7/7/11 Chapter 4 • Counting rules • Unions • Intersection • Conditional probabilities • Independence 7/7/11 Chapter 4 • Identify Joint and conditional probabilities • General rule of addition • General rule of multiplication 7/7/11 Example probability question 7/7/11 Chapter 5 • Binomial Distribution – Probabilities – Expected value – Variance/Standard deviation 7/7/11 First Test • Thursday, February 11 • We will finish covering new material for this test on Feb 4....
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