General guidelines for the project
For chart two you are calculating classical probabilities. So this is what should happen in theory.
You will begin by drawing two reds. So you are looking for the probability of drawing 1 red and then a
second red. You a
Carl Brewer Jr.
Joseph Miller
Chapter 1 project
1. Clicking on the bars in the histogram
When I selected a bar in the histogram with the greatest frequency, it highlighted the
corresponding data on the spreadsheet, and the bar with the highest frequency.
Carl Brewer Jr.
Joseph Miller
Project 2
Statstics MTH 124
1) How often do you check social media per day? Prediction 18
2) Friends, family, and business partners
a. I gathered from Facebook, text messaging, face to face, and over the phone.
Canton, OH.
b.
Statistics Chapter 2 Project
You will be conducting a survey and performing a statistical analysis. Focus your study on one
specific question which asks how much? or how many?. This will assure that you have
quantitative data, NOT qualitative. You will us
Chapter 3: Probability
3.1
Basic Concepts of Probability and Counting
Probability: is the chance that something will happen or how likely it is that some event will occur.
Sometimes you can measure a probability with a number: "10% chance of rain", or you
Probability Experiment
Statistics
You will be calculating both the classical and empirical probabilities of selecting certain
combinations of M&M's.
WARNING DO NOT EAT ANY OF YOUR M&M's UNTIL
YOU HAVE COMPLETED CHART 1 (Sample Space) AND CHART 2 (Empirica