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Mean, variance, standard deviation and expectation Section 5-3

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Objectives Find the mean, variance, standard deviation, and expected value for a discrete random variable

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Introduction Once we know that a probability distribution exist, we can describe it using various descriptive statistics ◦Visually using a graph, table, or formula ◦Algebraically, we can find the mean, variance, and standard deviation

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Mean of a general discrete probability distribution = population mean since ALL possible values are considered Mean is also known as “Expected Value” Mean should be rounded to one more decimal place than the outcome x. Always simplify fractions

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Variance & standard deviation Variance Standard Deviation

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Example: Find the mean & standard deviation x12345 P(x)0.30.1 0.20.3 In a study of brand recognition of Sony, groups of four consumers are interviewed. If x is the number of people in the group who recognize the Sony brand name, then x can be 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 and the corresponding probabilities are 0.0016,0.0564, 0.1432, 0.3892, and 0.4096

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1 Overview This chapter will deal with the construction of probability distributions by combining the methods of Chapter 2 with the those of Chapter 4.

1 Overview This chapter will deal with the construction of probability distributions by combining the methods of Chapter 2 with the those of Chapter 4.

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