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Description Probability Term
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The chance that an event will occur Probability

88.9% When all the outcomes of a random variable cannot be listed, it is _____ Continuous

88.9% If two independent events A and B where A=.5 and B=.3, what is the probability of A and B occurring? .15

66.7% Is height of a person discrete or continuous? (include 'variable') Continuous variable

66.7% When all the outcomes of a random variable can be listed, it is _____ Discrete

55.6% Does the sample size 40 and the probabilities p=.2 and q=.8 satisfy the success failure rule? no

55.6% The sample space of two independent probabilities with no other possible outcomes is what? 1

55.6% Combination of possible outcomes Event

44.4% The expected value of the squared deviations from the mean Variance

44.4% Value of Random phenomenon Outcome

33.3% All Possible outcomes in a situation Sample Space

33.3% Synonym for mutually exclusive Disjoint

33.3% The square root of the variance Standard Deviation

33.3% Probability model that that counts the number of the successes in a fixed number of Bernoulli trials Binomial

33.3% If the variance of a data set is 25, what is the standard deviation? 5

33.3% If the probabilitaty that event A will occur is .16, what is the probability that A will not occur? .84

33.3% Is the random variable amount of money discrete or continuous? (include 'variable') Discrete variable

33.3% Observation of random phenomenon Trial

22.2% The outcome of one trial doesn't affect the outcome of the others Independence

22.2% Events that have no outcomes in common Mutually Exclusive

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Description Probability Term
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The sum of all possible outcomes multiplied by the probability that each outcome will occur expected value

22.2% Probability model that counts the number of Bernoulli trials until the first success Geometric

22.2% Probability model that counts the number of heads in 5 coin flips (include 'model') binomial model

22.2% If A abd B are mutually exclusive events where A=0.5 and B=0.3, what is the probability of A or B ocurring? .8

22.2% as the number of independent trials increases the long run frequency of repeated events gets closer and closer to a single value Law of Large Numbers

11.1% The probability of event B or outcome B given A Conditional Probability

11.1% A diagram of conditional events or probabilities that shows all outcomes of a situation Tree Diagram

11.1% A variable whos numeric value is based on the outcome of a random event Random Variable

11.1% Probability model that counts the number of coin flips until heads (include 'model') geometric model

11.1% Random occurence Random Phenomenon

0% The value that relative frequencies approach with increased number of trials Empirical Probability

0% For two disjoint events A and B the probability that one or the other occurs is the sum of the probabilities of the two events Addition Rule

0% For two events A and B the probability that both A and B occur is the product of the probabilities of the two events Multiplication Rule

0% The probability that comes from a model Theoretic Probability

0% Probability that a subjective represents your personal degree of belief Personal Probability

0% The probability of the entire sample space must be one Probability Assignment Rule

0% The probability of an event occuring is one minus the probability that doesn't occur Complement Rule

0% The collection of all the possible values and probabilities that can occur for a random variable Probability model

0% The sample must be less than ten percent of the population 10 Percent Rule

0% np>10, nq>10 Success Failure Rule

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