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## Statistics for Business Exam 2 Cheat Sheet (Chapters 4 and 5)

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# Statistics for Business Exam 2 Cheat Sheet (Chapters 4 and 5) 285

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Chapter 4: Random Variables and Probability Distribution • Types of Random Variables- A random variable is a variable that assumes numerical values associated with the random outcomes of an experiment o Discrete- the values of X are countable (finite) o Continuous- the values of X are uncountable (infinite) • Discrete Random Variables o Probability Distributions for Discrete Random Variables § Probability Distribution Function (p.d.f.)/ Probability Mass Function- A way to completely describe the random variable x. A probability distribution measures the probability that each of the random variables will occur or take on that value • fx(x) = P(x=x) o p(x) ≥ 0 o Σp(x)=1 (sum must equal 1) § Expected Value- population mean or central tendency of the pdf • M =xE[x]= Σxf (i x Σ x p(xi (multiply each possible value of x by its probability (p(x=x)) and then sum all of these products § Population Variance- - the average squared distance from the population mean • Var(x)= σ = E [(x – M ) ] = Σ(x- M ) f(x) = E[x ] – (M ) = [Σ x p(x=x) – 2 x x i x x i (M )x] § Standard Deviation

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