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5.3 conditional Probability and independence
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CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY: The probability that one event happens given that another
event is already known to have happened. If we know that e
Properties of Combinations of Random Variables (IMPORTANT!)
1. Linear transformation: Y = a + bX
Y a b X
Y2 b 2 X2
Y | b | X
2. Sum of two independent random variables: X+Y
X Y X Y
X2 Y X2 Y2
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5.1 Assignment
AP Statistics
Joey is interested in investigating so-called hot streaks in foul shooting among basketball players.
Hes a fan of Carla, who has been making approximately 80% of her free
5.3 Assignment
AP Statistics
1. Suppose that you have torn a tendon and are facing surgery to repair it. The orthopedic surgeon
explains the risks to you. Infection occurs in 3% of such operations, th
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5.2 The Basic Rules of Probability
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Recall from last day that:
The probability of any event is a number between 0 and 1.
All possible outcomes together must have a probability wh
5.2 Assignment
AP Statistics
Suppose you toss a coin and roll a die.
1. Use a principle youve learned to determine how many outcomes there are.
2. List the outcomes in the sample space.
3. Find the pr
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5.1 Probability and Simulation
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The main idea of probability is that chance behaviour is unpredictable in the short run
but has a regular and predictable pattern in the long run.
Q
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6.1 Discrete & Continuous Random Variables
Definition: A Random Variable, X, is a variable that has numerical values determined by the
outcome of a random event. A random varia
BIOL 1103
Week 4:
Homeostasis
Body Structure
Integumentary System
Body Systems
Integumentary system
System
A group of organs with a common function
A group of systems make up an organism
There are
Week 9
Circulation I
Circulatory Lab
Heart dissection
Blood smear
Hematocrit
Learning outcomes
Cardiovascular system
Blood
Blood vessels
Heart
Pathway of blood around the heart
Major arteries and vei
BIOL 1103
Week 5
Human Skeleton continued
HUMAN SKELETAL SYSTEM
Used for support and protection of organs
Composed of bone + cartilage
FUNCTIONS OF BONE
Support
Protect soft tissues
Muscle attachme
BIOL 1103
Week 4:
Homeostasis
Body Structure
Integumentary System
Week 4
Integumentary system lab
Examine different layers of the skin
Examine fingerprints
Homeostasis
Conditions for homeostasis
BIOL 1103
Week 1:
ATOMS &
MOLECULES
Atoms & molecules
1
3
Tissue
2
Chemical
Cellular
Elements
Atoms
Compounds
Chemical bonds: ionic & covalent
Molecules: organic & inorganic
Chemical element
A pure s
BIOL 1103
Week 1:
Cell structure, continued
Cell metabolism
Cellular processes of growth
RECALL
Water
What it
is
Its importance for living things
Chemistry
Elements
Atoms
and molecules
Organic and ino