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# Statistic Notes 4 PUBHLTH391B

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Probability Experiment a procedure that can be repeated amp has a well de ned set of outcomes Sample sbace all the possible outcomes of an experiment 0 roll a dice 16 0 ip a coin heads or tails o ip TWO coins four possible outcomes 0 TWO die 36 possible outcomes Event any subset of sample space 0 quotNuquot still a set but still contains no elements not the same as nothing Deterministic Experiment an experiment with only one possible outcome Random Experiment more than one possible outcome Probability Measure 0 Assign probability between 01 cannot be larger than 1 o Closer to 1 more likely it will occur closer to 0 less likely to occur 0 This represents how certain we are about an event in the sample space 0 The total probability of all outcomes in sample space is 1 o If all events in sample space are equally likely the probability of each event is 1ns ns is the number of elements in the sample space 0 Equation Pevent nN o n number of elements in the event N is the number of elements in the sample space Consider two events A and B from sample space S o Complement of A Ac all events in 5 that are not in A 0 Union ofA and B A U B All events inA OR B o Intersection of A and B A U B upside down U All events in A AND B if two events are mutually exclusive if no events in common events cannot occur at the same time Nul Examples of each in notes Principles of Counting if M objects in one group and N objects in another group different number of possibilities is MN o Factorials nnn1n2n3etc o Combinations given a set of N objects how many ways are there to choose R objects from N out of 12 choose 5 how many different combinations of 5 Formula in notes In R code choose53 out of 5 variables how many different combinations of 3 can we make If ip coin three times what probability of observing exactly two tails 0 First part choose32 3 possible ways for event to occur 0 Second part 2quot3 8 0 Probability of getting exactly 2 tails in three coin ips is 38 What is the probability of being dealt 3 of kind How many total hands are there 52 choose 5 How many hands contain three of kind 0 choose525 easy part all possible 5 hands in total deck 0 dif cult part how many of those hands contain three of a kind choose131choose43 now the other two cards in deck must not match three of kind choose121 choose41 choose41 all component over choose525 nal probability 0 Which game is better to play Game 1 Number of ways to win 83 denominator Number of ways to choose three marbles 103 Probability of winningtotal 466 Game 2 95 105 winnertotals 5 higher probability 0 Rules of Probability points 24 more useful 0 Conditional Probability Titanicsurvival data and calculating probability 0 Law of Total Probabilitv take A and partition into two pieces can nd probability by putting pieces together Venn diagram example when a series of disjoint or mutually exclusive nd probability of each individual part then add all together 0 Independence equation If A and B are independent then the probability of A given B is equal to probability of A nothing changes given B Replacing marbles greater probability to win game independence 0 Midterm example Outlier mean has to be above median ine Bayes Theorem see equation Trying to nd B given A but use A given B opposite conditional Event A have the disease 0 Event B tests positive for the disease If know PA can nd PAc by 1PA On exam Same kind of example on exam just different numbers

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