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Get Full Access to Probability And Statistics With Reliability, Queuing, And Computer Science Applications - 2 Edition - Chapter 6.4 - Problem 6
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# Prove Theorem 6.1 starting with Theorem 6.2. (Hint: Refer to the section onorder ISBN: 9781119285427 322

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Problem 6

Prove Theorem 6.1 starting with Theorem 6.2. (Hint: Refer to the section onorder statistics in Chapter 3.)

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STAT 2004 WEEK 9 BERNOULLI DISTRIBUTION  In a Bernoulli distribution, an outcome has two possibilities: success or failure. o Success- What we were interested in happened. o Success is represented by a 1, while failure is represented by a 0.  Probability of success is represented by a p.  For a Bernoulli random variable. o X ~ Bernoulli (p) o The expectation of a Bernoulli distribution = the probability of success. (E[X]=p) o Variance [X] = p (1-p) o SD [X] = the square root of the variance  Categorical nominal: o You can put the number of successes and failures into a bar plot. BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION 0 1  When

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