6.1 Probability of Discrete Random Variables

07/23/2016

 

This statistics lesson shows you how to identify discrete random variable and continuous random variable. Calculating for the probability of a discrete random variable begins on identifying the possible values of the random variable in a certain event. Constructing the probability model of an event will help in computing for discrete random variable probability.
 

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This lesson shows how to compute for the probability, given a discrete random variable. In this probability topic, computing for the probability is dependent on the probability distribution that is given in the problem. Sometimes the probability distribution of a certain case is given and sometimes you need to construct the table from scratch

  • 00:51 1. with a given probability distribution in table form
  • 07:26 2. without the the probability distribution table.
 
 
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