Mode
The mode of a set of values is the observation
that occurs most frequently.
Example
Heart rates for ten asthmatic patients in a state
of respiratory arrest.
1-1
The table below gives the results
Patient
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Heart Rate (beats per minu

Department of Industrial Engineering and
Management
University of Sharjah
0405322: Engineering Probability and Statistics
Lecture # 4
Discrete Random Variables and Probability
Distribution
1
This lecture will cover course outcome 3:
Probability distributi

Department of Industrial Engineering and
Management
University of Sharjah
0405322: Engineering Probability and Statistics
Lecture # 6
Interval Estimation
Introduction
The field of statistical inference consists of
those methods used to make decisions or

Department of Industrial Engineering
Engineering and Management
University of Sharjah
0405322: Engineering Probability and Statistics
Lecture # 3
Probability Theory
This lecture will cover course outcome 2: Interpret
probability, apply and use of probabil

Department of Industrial Engineering and
Engineering Management
University of Sharjah
0405322: Engineering Probability and Statistics
Lecture # 2
Random sampling and data description
1
This lecture will cover course outcome 1: how
to collect, summarize an

University of Sharjah
Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
Department
Fall 2015 / 2016
0405221
Engineering Probability and Statistics
Lecture Note #1
Course Overview & Introduction
1
Todays Agenda
Information on syllabus
Instructors informa

Q.No.1) True or False ( 20 Marks)
1) A code of ethics defines ideal behavior for the purpose of enhancing the pubic image
True
False
2) Material handling is the function of moving the right material to the right place in the right
time, in the right amoun

Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management Department
0405221: Engineering Probability and Statistics
Spring 2015 / 2016
Assignment No.1
Due Date: 7th April 2016
Instructions:
This is a group assignment and each group will submit one assignment whi

Chapter 2
Random Variables and Probability
Distributions
2- 1
Section 2.4
Conditional Probability
2-2
Assuming that an event
A=cfw_an individual have a particular disease in the
presence of certain symptoms
B=cfw_Negative blood test is obtained for that
i

Chapter 2
Random Variables and Probability
Distributions
2- 1
Section 2.5
Independence
2-2
Definition
Two events A and B are said to be independent
if they satisfy
P(A | B) = P(A)
Or
P(B | A) = P(B)
2-3
Example 2.32
Consider a gas station with six pumps 1

A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO COMPANY ACCOUNTS
Our discussions of applying accounting principles have been limited to sole
proprietorship, where one owner and/or few of his/her close associates manage the
whole organisation. As a business institution grows, it

CHAPTER 1
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
sections 1.1 and 1.2
Numerical Summary of Data
Data Display and summary
1
Learning Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
- Explain
the concepts of
- sample mean, population mean,
- sample varia

CHAPTER 1
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
section 1.3
Graphical display of Data
Learning Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
Construct and interpret pictorial and tabular display of data
Pictorial & Tabular Methods
1. Stem-and-Leaf Di

Department of Industrial Engineering and
Management
University of Sharjah
0405322: Engineering Probability and Statistics
Lecture # 5
Continuous Random Variables and Probability
Distributions
This lecture will cover course outcome 3:
Probability distribut