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5.4 - Normal Approximation to the Binomial Distribution
This is a video tutorial for section 5.4 of the MDM4U course. It teaches you how to use the standard normal distribution to approximate the area under the curve...
Normal Distribution: Find Probability of Data Values Using the TI84
This lesson explains how to use the Ti-84 to determine the probability a data value will more than or less and another data value. It also shows how to determin...
Lecture 11: The Poisson distribution | Statistics 110
We introduce the Poisson distribution, which is arguably the most important discrete distribution in all of statistics. We explore its uses as an approximate .....
Binomial Distribution 1
Introduction to the binomial distribution More free lessons at: .
Normal Distributions: Lesson (Basic Probability and Statistics Concepts)
Discover more at www.ck12.org: . Here you'll learn how to distinguish between graphs of discrete and ...
Statistics Lecture 5.3: A Study of Binomial Probability Distributions
Statistics Lecture 5.3: A Study of Binomial Probability Distributions.
Binomial Distribution in R (R Tutorial 3.1)
Learn how to calculate probabilities for binomial random variables in R. You will learn to use the "pbinom" and "dbinom" command. This video is a tutorial f...
S1 Lesson 10 - The Poisson Approximation of the Binomial Distribution
An introduction to using the Poisson distribution to approximate Binomial distribution problems covering the required conditions, how to approximate and solving...
Binomial Distribution and Normal Approximation Practice
Two example problems: 1)In the United States, 44% of the population has type O blood. Suppose a random sample of 12 persons is taken. Find the probability ...
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