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Unformatted text preview: Test 5 Study Guide To review for Test 5, you should know the things mentioned in the chapter summary and key terms for sections 11.111.3 (p. 645) and sections 12.1, 12.2, and 12.4 (p. 706). You should also know how to work problems involving the following concepts. For each item, there are a number of practice problems suggested which will help you review the item. Unless noted, the problem numbers refer to problems in the Chapter Review sections at the end of the chapter. Chapter 11 In the first four items below, you should know how to work the problems in both the discrete and the continuous situations. In the items below, when I refer to a probability distribution function (or p.d.f.), I mean a discrete probability function in the discrete situation and a probability density function in the continuous situation. 1. You should know what a random variable is and the difference between the discrete and continuous situations. See problem 2 and your writing assignment....
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 Fall '08
 WILDE
 Calculus, Normal Distribution, Variance, Probability distribution, Probability theory, probability density function

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