This section introduces the concept of a random variable and probability distributions that have certain characteristics. The Binomial and Normal distributions are covered in detail
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- A Study of Probability Distributions, Mean, and Standard Deviation [length: 1h:12m:42s]
- This video introduces discrete and continuous random variables along with the mean and standard deviation of a random variable.
- The binomial distribution [length: 1h:32m:29s]
- This video introduces the binomial distribution and how to calculate binomial probabilities, using both the formula and using probability tables.
- The mean and standard deviation of a binomial random variable [length: 42m:19s]
- This video explains how to calculate the mean and standard deviation of a binomial random variable.
- Normal distribution [length: 2h:11m:14s]
- This video introduces continuous random variables and the normal distribution. The bell shaped curve and standard normal calculations - converting from X to Z.
- Applications of the normal distribution [length: 56m:34s]
- This video explains how to calculate probabilities using the Z score and using probability tables.
- Using Sampling distributions to approximate populations [length: 50m:20s]
- This video introduces the idea of using a sample as an approximation of a population.