mth466 | undergraduate
Probability And Statistics I
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Demonstrate understanding of sampling and distributions.
- Use special (binomial and multinomial theorems) applications of combinatorial probability.
- Apply probability rules to determine possible outcomes.
- Perform permutations and combinations.
Rules of Probability
- Use set theory, including Venn diagrams and DeMorgan's Law, in probability applications.
- Solve problems with conditional probability using tree diagrams.
- Determine and apply independence of events.
- Apply Baye's Theorem and credibility theory to real world problems.
Discrete Random Variables
- Apply discrete (uniform, binomial, geometric, negative binomial, hyper-geometric, Poisson) random probability distributions to real world examples.
- Compare sample data against a discrete random distribution.
Applications of Probability
- Collect data from databasers.
- Graph the real world sample.
- Analyze the real world sample.
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