Mathematics Upper-Secondary 4 - Distributions and Integration
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This course begins by introducing you to random variables. You will learn that a random variable is a variable whose value is a numerical outcome of some random experiment. You will study the discrete probability distribution, the mean and variance of a discrete random variable, and the standard deviation as a measure of spread. You will also look into normal distribution and its calculation of probabilities, binomial distribution and the binomial probability function, and hypergeometric distribution and the formula for calculating probabilities.
You will then look into the rules of integration. You will learn that antidifferentiation is the reverse of differentiation and you can use this process to find a function from a derivative. You will also study integration applications including areas, integral calculus, and definite integrals. You will study how to approximate an area and evaluate a definite integral where you will learn that areas above the axis are positive and areas below are negative.
This course will help you understand mathematical calculations in an easy, step-by-step process. Upon the completion of this course, you will understand the meaning of random variables and be able to calculate the discrete probability distribution of a set of random variables, continuous random variables, and normal distribution. You will gain a good knowledge of binomial probability function, distribution, hypergeometric distribution, rules of integration and integration applications so make sure to check out this course and enhance your math skills today!
Binomial probability function and distribution
The number of successes in a given number of trials
The effect of changing the parameter p
The effect of changing the parameter n
The mean and variance of a binomial random variable
Discrete random variables
Discrete probability distribution
The mean and variance of a discrete random variable
Standard deviation as a measure of spread
Sampling without replacement
The mean of a hypergeometric random variable
The variance of a hypergeometric random variable
The mean and variance of a hypergeometric random variable example
The mean and variance of a hypergeometric random variable example 2
The formula for calculating probabilities
Relationship between hypergeometric and binomial distributions
The normal curve
Continuous random variables and the normal distribution
Calculation of probabilities for a normal distribution
Approximating the binomial distribution with normal distribution
Rules of integration
Antiderivatives of basic functions
Finding specific functions based on given information
Using related derivatives to find an integral
On completion of this course you will understand the meaning of random variables and be able to calculate the dicrete probability distribution of a set of random variables, continuous random variables and normal distribution.
You will gain a good knowledge of binomial probability function, distribution, hypergeometric distribution, rules of integration and intergration applications.
This course will help you to understand these calculations in an easy, step-by-step process.
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