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Probability and Statistics Lecture 9

(Last Updated On: December 8, 2017)
Probability and Statistics Lecture 9

Lesson Objectives – the students should be able to:

  • Define Normal Distributions and Normal Distributions
  • Learn the properties of Normal Distributions
  • Understand The Standard Normal Table
  • Find Areas Under the Standard Normal Curve
  • Find probabilities in Normal Distributions
  • Find values in Normal Distributions
  • Find z-Scores
  • Find a z-Score Given a Percentile
  • Transform a z-Score to an x-Score
  • Find a Specific Data Value
  • Learn Sampling Distributions
  • Learn The Central Limit Theorem

LESSON OUTLINE:

  • Properties of Normal Distributions
  • Means and Standard Deviations
  • The Standard Normal Distribution
  • The Standard Normal Table
  • Guidelines for Finding Areas
  • Probability and Normal Distributions
  • Finding z-Scores
  • Finding a z-Score Given a Percentile
  • Transforming a z-Score to an x-Score
  • Finding a Specific Data Value
  • Sampling Distributions
  • Properties of Sampling Distributions
  • Sampling Distribution of Sample Means
  • The Central Limit Theorem
  • The Mean and Standard Error
  • Probability and Normal Distributions
  • Probabilities of x and x
  • Seatwork/Exercies
  • Homework

Probability and Statistics Lecture 9

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