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  • Normal Distribution

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  • Binomial Distribution

    by Brad Allison and 1 other

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  • Geometric Distribution

    by Brad Allison and 1 other

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  • Exponential Distribution

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  • Poisson Distribution

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  • Blathnaid's copy of Brad's copy of Maria's copy of mathcentre: Probability distributions

    by Blathnaid Sheridan and 3 others

    6 questions on standard statistical distributions.

    Binomial, Poisson, Normal, Uniform, Exponential.

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  • Two factor ANOVA

    by Xiaodan Leng and 1 other

    Template question. The student is asked to perform a two factor ANOVA to test the null hypotheses that the measurement does not depend on each of the factors, and that there is no interaction between the factors.

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  • Two factor ANOVA

    by Xiaodan Leng and 1 other

    Template question. The student is asked to perform a two factor ANOVA to test the null hypotheses that the measurement does not depend on each of the factors, and that there is no interaction between the factors.

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  • Probabilities from a normal distribution - Electrician

    by Xiaodan Leng and 1 other

    Given a random variable $X$  normally distributed as $\operatorname{N}(m,\sigma^2)$ find probabilities $P(X \gt a),\; a \gt m;\;\;P(X \lt b),\;b \lt m$.

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  • The gambler's fallacy - probability of getting heads again after repeatedly getting heads

    by Xiaodan Leng and 1 other

    Previous throws don't affect the probability distribution of subsequent throws. Believing otherwise is the gambler's fallacy.

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