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**Explanation, Visualization**

A visual introduction to probability and statistics.

28 December 2018 Edit: 28 December 2018

- Topics:
- Data, Number, Probability

- Content Type:
- Explanation, Visualization

- Australian Curriculum / Mathematical Methods
- Unit 1 Topic 3 Counting and probability, Conditional probability and independence, ACMMM056 understand the notion of a conditional probability and recognise and use language tha…, Review of the fundamentals of probability, ACMMM052 review probability as a measure of ‘the likelihood of occurrence’ of an event , ACMMM053 review the probability scale: 0≤P(A)≤10≤P(A)≤1 for each event A,A, with P(A)=0PA=0 if…, Unit 3 Topic 3 Discrete random variables, General discrete random variables, ACMMM136 understand the concepts of a discrete random variable and its associated probability …, Unit 4 Topic 2 Continuous random variables and the normal distribution, General continuous random variables, ACMMM165 understand the concepts of a probability density function, cumulative distribution fu…, Normal distributions, ACMMM169 recognise features of the graph of the probability density function of the normal dis…

- Australian Curriculum / Specialist Mathematics
- Unit 4 Topic 1 Integration and applications of integration, Applications of integral calculus:, ACMSM127 use and apply the probability density function, f(t)=λe−λtft=λe-λt for t≥0t≥0, of the…, Unit 4 Topic 3 Statistical inference

- NSW Mathematics Advanced Stage 6 Syllabus
- Statistical Analysis, MA-S1 Probability and Discrete Probability Distributions, S1.1 Probability and Venn diagrams, S1.2 Discrete probability distributions, MA-S2 Descriptive Statistics and Bivariate Data Analysis, S2.2 Bivariate data analysis, MA-S3 Random Variables, S3.1 Continuous random variables

- NSW Mathematics Extension 1 Stage 6 Syllabus
- Statistical Analysis

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