3.2 Conditional Probability and the Multiplication Rule
Conditional Probability
o In this section, you will learn how to find the probability that two
events occur in the sequence. Before you can find this probability,
however, you must know how to find c
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1. An experiment consists of selecting one ball at random.
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1. An experiment consistes of rolling a single die. Identify (1) the sample space for this
experiment and (2) the simple events of this experiment. Keep in mind that the
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FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTIONS
You will learn that there are many ways to organize and describe a data set.
Important characteristics to look for when organizing and describing a data
set are its center, its variability (or spread), and its shape. Measures
3.4 Additional Topics in Probability and Counting
Fundamental Counting Principle is used to find the number of ways two or
more events can occur in sequence. An important application of the
Fundamental Counting Principle is determinging the umber of ways
The goal of every statistical study id to collect data and then use the data to
make a decision. Any decision you make using the results of a statistical study
is only as good a the process used to obtain the data. When the process is
flawed, the resulti
1.2 DATA CLASSIFICATION
Types of Data
When doing a study, it is important to know the kind of data involved. The nature of
the data you are working with will determine which statistical procedures can of the
data you are working with will determine which
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1. The table below shows the number of male and female students enrolled in nursing
at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center for a recent semester.
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3.3 The addition rule
Mutually Exclusive Events
o You will learn how to find the probability that at least one of two
events will occur.
o Probabilities such as these are denoted by P(A or B) and depend on
whether the events are mutually exclusive
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Probability experiments
o When weather forecasters sayt aht there is a ninety percent change of
rain or a physician says thre is a thiry fie percent chance for a
successful surgery, they are stating the likelihood, or probability that a
specific event
Data- consist of information coming from observations, counts,
measurements, or responses
Statistics is the science of collecting, organizing, analyzing, and interpreting
data in order to make decisions.
o comes from the latin word, status meaning state
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parameter or a statistic.
1. In a survey of a sample of high school students, 43% said that their
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