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Finite Math

by: Breanne Schaden PhD

Finite Math MATH 130

Breanne Schaden PhD
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Tara Sheehan

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Breanne Schaden PhD on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MATH 130 at Boise State University taught by Tara Sheehan in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/218002/math-130-boise-state-university in Mathematics (M) at Boise State University.

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Draw a Venn diagram and place the numbers representing each region on the Venn diagram correctly Pg 426 13 Pg 438 5556 Use a Venn diagram to compute probabilities Pg 426 13 Pg 438 5556 Find the probability of event involving or or and using a twoway table Pg 426427 1724 Pg 437 23 25 27 Pg 438 39 Find conditional probabilities from twoway tables Pg 437438 19 21 29 35 37 Given a diagram with probabilities along each path compute the probability of events Pg456 7 9 11 Pg 449 23 remember the answer to part c is wrong in the back ofthe book Compute the probability using the multiplication rule Pg 449 2527 Draw a tree diagram to represent a given Bayes s Theorem problem You must draw the tree and correct label the paths with their associated probabilities to get credit for this problem We drew tree to help us answer questions like those on Pg 457 35374l43 and Pg 466 61 Compute the conditional probability of an event using Bayes s Theorem Pg 457 37 43 and Pg 466 61 Show how to use the formula for the binomial distribution to nd the probability of events You must show where the numbers go in the formula to receive full credit The computation is optional Pg 464465 5 6 11 12 43 45 Use a histogram to answer questions about frequency and percentage Pg 483 9 11 Use the information in a cumulative frequency table to answer questions about relative frequency Pg 484 41 Understand the information that is given in a cumulative distribution histogram Compute the mean and median for data displayed in a histogram or a table Pg 496 51 Pg 495 3536 Show how to compute the sample standard deviation a list of number or a table of outcomes and frequencies The list will have no more than five different outcomes You must show where the numbers go in the formula and do the computation correctly to receive full credit Pg 505 1135 Use the normal distribution to compute percentages or probabilities Pg 520 56 57


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