MATH 1342 Lab 5 F11

MATH 1342 Lab 5 F11 - MATH1342 LAB (PROJECT) 5 CHAPTER 6...

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MATH1342 LAB (PROJECT) 5 – CHAPTER 6 NAME: ________________ Collin County College Fall 2011 Instructor: Daryl Rupp DUE DATE: 10/11/2011 ROUND ALL PROBABILITIES TO THE THREE DECIMAL PLACES. Part 0. a. If n = 4 and p=0.22 and you wished to find the probability of x = 3 successes show the binomial equation with the numbers filled in to calculate the probability manually: b. If n = 4 and p=0.22 and you wished to find the probability of x = 3 successes show the calculator keystrokes you would use to find the probability on the calculator: Part I. We found that approximately 22% of the students in both periods earned a final grade of B. If we select 4 students from the sample at random, we will define success for each selection as finding a student who earned a B. (Use the calculator) 1. What are the values of n and p? 2. Does this constitute a Binomial Distribution; why or why not (list 4 reasons)? 3.
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course MATH 1342 taught by Professor Lisajuliano during the Fall '12 term at Collins.

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MATH 1342 Lab 5 F11 - MATH1342 LAB (PROJECT) 5 CHAPTER 6...

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