In Exercises 5 and 6, determine whether each ordered pair is a solution of the system. 4x2 y 3x y 11
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Hypergeometric and Poisson Distributions Conditions for a hypergeometric distribution: o The population/set consists of N individuals/elements o Each individual can be characterized as a “success” or “failure” o A sample size of k individuals is selected without replacement in such a way that each subset of size k is equally likely to be chosen R commands that deal with hypergeometric distributions: o P(X=x) = dhyper(x,m,n,k) and P(X<=x) = phyper(x,m,n,k) Mean and variance of a hypergeometric distribution: Mean=E Y[ ] m =kp o ( m+n k−1 o Variance=var(Y)=kp (−p )( m+n−1 ) Conditions for poisson distribution: o Let X be a number that succ
Textbook: College Algebra
Author: Ron Larson
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