Probability Distributions Lecture (Elementary Statistics Module)

Probability Distributions Lecture (Elementary Statistics Module)

This is a lecture which is covered during Elementary Statistics Module with students who just started to learn Statistics.
The main objective of this chapter is to cover Probability Distribution, Binominal Probability Distribution as well as Poisson Probability distribution. More details of the lecture agenda could be found bellow.

Agenda of Introduction to Statistics Lecture is as following:

  1. Probability Distribution
    Define random variable and probability distribution.
    Determine when a potential probability distribution actually satisfies the necessary requirements.
    Given a probability distribution, compute the mean and standard deviation, then use those results to determine whether results are significantly low or significantly high.

  2. Binominal Probability Distributions
    Describe a binominal probability distribution and find probability values for a binominal distribution.
    Compute the mean and standard deviation for a binominal distribution, then use those results to determine whether results are significantly low or significantly high.

  3. Poisson Probability Distributions
    Describe a Poisson probability distribution and find probability values for a Poisson distribution.

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Test bank to Probability Distributions with all answers to them in order to assess your students. (Overall there are 3 Variants of tests with different questions and all answers to them)

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