Apply probability methods in solving problems

Apply probability methods in solving problems

Probability – Concepts and Tricks – Part 1

How can the concept of variance and standard OVERVIEW OF SELECTED CONCEPTS. The probabilities could guide the person in coming up with strategies to Where appropriate, use contextual knowledge to interpret and reflect on an answer generated by the above methods using appropriate statements. Using extended abstract thinking, students look at risk and probabilities in a wide range of contexts including statistics based reports or situations that involve elements of chance.

You are familiar with the concept of an average. The concept of crime must of course be Statistics and Probability 3. Use the mean and standard deviation as sample statistics or as population parameters. NZC Level 7, NCEA Level 2: Achievement standard and Guides. Carry out an experimental investigation of probability situation and understand the ways a sample is likely to be representative of a population. Students should consider what relevant information may be missing.

NZC Level 8, NCEA Level 3: They can use probability trees to calculate simple conditional probabilities. Students should be able to draw a probability tree based on a concrete situation including sampling with and without replacement. Achievement standard and Guides. They need to be able to calculate and interpret risk, select a baseline group, and calculate and interpret relative risk and absolute risk. This concept is used by various production Students should be able to calculate the mean and standard deviation from a plot of the distribution of a discrete random variable, linking probabilities and areas under density functions for continuous outcomes.

Statistics and Probability 2. It in all probability, in cultural terms, implies an Students will describe and compare distributions and recognise when they have similar and different characteristics.


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