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New Terms Unit 3

New terms introduced in Unit 3

TermDefinition
Binomial Distribution The distribution of a discrete random variable with only two possible outcomes called “success” and “failure”; example is the distribution of gender among students
Continuous Distribution The distribution of a continuous variable.
Discrete Probability Distribution The distribution of discrete random variables.
Distribution An arrangement of values of a variable that could be expected or have been observed.
Expected Value An expected arithmetic average when an experiment is repeated many times; also called the mean.
Probability Distribution Function A mathematical description of a discrete random variable, given either in the form of an equation (formula) or in the form of a table listing all the possible outcomes of an experiment and the probability associated with each outcome.
Created by: Dr.D