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What is distribution?

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Cases: The objects described by a set of data (numerical facts)

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Chapter 5
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Independence and the multiplications rule
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TEST RULES AND EXPECTATIONS:
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MATH 106 TEST 2 PREPARATION GUIDE TOPICS TO REVIEW
Discrete Probability Distributions
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 Special Classes: Binomial Probability Distribution
Continuous Probability Distribution
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PART I Multiple Choice Questions
MATH 106 Practice Test 2
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consists of two parts:
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process. An event is a subset of the sample space
2) A probabil
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