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Sample Midterm 1
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Statistics 252 A02
Set 5: Conditional Probability (Probability 2)
Week 2: September 15-19, 2014
IDEA: conditional probability relates the probability of one event to
whether another event has happened e.g. Consider a randomly selected student at UVic. Let
Sets 22 and 23
In the next two sets, we will deal with comparing the means of two samples from two populations. Some examples of why we would do such
comparisons:
We have two populations we are comparing: people with a university
degree, and people witho
Set 1 (Chapter 1)
Example: A company wishes to learn more about the characteristics of
its client base. They randomly select 100 people who have used the companys services in the last year, and ask them to complete a brief survey.
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a bridge to the mainland. Using this data as a pilot study, estimate the sample size needed to
estimate 39, the proportion of all Victoria residents Who want
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Instruction
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ENGLISH
SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR
MODEL
EL-510R
OPERATION MANUAL
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for future reference.
Operational Notes
Page
INTRODUCTION . 2
DISPLAY . 2
BEFORE USING THE CALCULATOR . 3
INITIAL SETUP . 5
SCIENTIFI
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Statistics 252 A02
Set 4: Probability 1
Friday, September 12, 2014
NOTE: this is the rst of 9 lectures on Probability
an experiment (aka random experiment, or probability experiment)
is an action or process that leads to one of s
Set 12 (8.1, 8.2)
Continuous Random Variable: A random variable which can assume
an uncountable number of values (i.e. some interval of real numbers).
For a continuous random variable, P (a X b) represents the area
under the probability density function (