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Conditional Probability and Independence

Published: Sep 19th, 2013

View Lecture Slides with Transcript – Conditional Probability and Independence Part 1 (14:55) Slides 1-11 Part 2 (13:18) Slides 12-18 This document is linked from Conditional Probability and Independence.

Basic Probability Rules

Published: Sep 19th, 2013

View Lecture Slides with Transcript – Basic Probability Rules Part 1 (12:51) Slides 1-11 Part 2 (12:26) Slides 12-20 This document is linked from Basic Probability Rules.

Interactive Applet: Probability Venn Diagram

Published: Aug 18th, 2013

Now that we have introduced most of the basic probability concepts, try these interactive demonstration which uses Venn diagrams to illustrate the basic probabilities we have been discussing. You can choose […]

Learn by Doing – Conditional Probability and the General Multiplication Rule

Published: Jan 29th, 2013

An overheating engine can quickly cause serious damage to a car, and therefore a dashboard red warning light is supposed to come on if that happens. In a certain model […]

Did I Get This – The General Multiplication Rule

Published: Jan 29th, 2013

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Learn by Doing – Tests for Independent Events

Learn by Doing – Tests for Independent Events

Published: Jan 29th, 2013

It is vital that a certain document reach its destination within one day. To maximize the chances of on-time delivery, two copies of the document are sent using two services, service […]

Interactive Applet – Conditional Probability

Published: Jan 28th, 2013

Now that we have introduced conditional probability concepts, try this interactive demonstration which uses Venn diagrams to illustrate the probabilities we have been discussing. You can choose which event to shade and […]

Did I Get This – Conditional Probability

Published: Jan 28th, 2013

Consider the piercing example, where the following two-way table is given, Recall also that M represents the event of being a male (“not M” represents being a female), and E […]

Learn by Doing – A Surprising Result using Probability Rule Six?

Published: Jan 27th, 2013

A fair coin is tossed 10 times. Which of the following two outcomes is more likely? (a) HHHHHHHHHH (b) HTTHHTHTTH This document is linked from Conditional Probability and Independence.

Learn by Doing – Extending Probability Rule Six

Published: Jan 27th, 2013

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