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Assignment 2
Title:
Unit2 – intellipath
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Due Date:
6/23/2014
Possible Points:
120
Description:
Unit 2:
Unit 2
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Grading Criteria:
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Measurable Terminal Course Objectives:
There are no TCOs for this Learning Event.
Feature List:
Learning Materials
Live Session Talking Points:
Event
Defined
Outcome of a probability experiment
Sample Space
Collection of all events
List of all possible outcomes
Properties of Probability
Individual Probabilities
Each individual probability must be between 0 and 1 inclusive
Sum of Probabilities
The entire sample space of probabilities must always sum to 1
Classical Probability
Requires equally likely outcomes
Each event’s probability is the same
Number of ways event can occur/ Number of possible outcomes
No probability experiment is performed
“TRUE” probability
Empirical Probability
Probability experiment is performed
Frequency of event / number of trials of experiment
Estimated value as each probability experiment will produce different results
Rules
Complement
Probability the event did not happen
One minus the probability event did happen
Addition Rule
“OR” probability of multiple events
Multiplication Rule
“AND” probability of multiple events
Conditional Probability
Given information ahead of time
Information can change the probability results
Uses  as given sign
Used with dependent events
Random Variables
Variable: used to represent a value associated with a probability outcome
Types
Discrete
Countable with distinct separation between each
Continuous
Infinite or with upper bounds that take on a range of values
Discrete Probability Distribution
Distribution
Measurement of probability data set
Consist of probability values between zero and one, inclusive
Probabilities must add to one
Binomial vs. Poisson
Both discrete probability distributions
Binomial
Two possible outcomes
Find number of successes in a fixed number of trials
Poisson
Interval probability
Find probability occurred in a particular interval of time
Expectation
Expected Value
Experiment ran over and over
In the long run what would be expected
Multiply each value of random variable by particular probability and sum
Normal Distribution
Continuous Random Variable
Symmetrical
Mean, Median, Mode all equal
Standardized data for Normal table lookup
Mean = 0
Standard Deviation = 1
Unit Resources:
Common Probability Distributions
How To Use Excel to Make a Frequency Table
Univ. of Calif. TDIST, TINV, NORMSDIST and NORMSINV
Deakin University – Deakin Business School – Probability & Stats.
Engineering Statistics Handbook
RUBRIC  
Excellent Quality
95100%

Introduction
4541 points The context and relevance of the issue, as well as a clear description of the study aim, are presented. The history of searches is discussed. 
Literature Support
9184 points The context and relevance of the issue, as well as a clear description of the study aim, are presented. The history of searches is discussed. 
Methodology
5853 points With titles for each slide as well as bulleted sections to group relevant information as required, the content is wellorganized. Excellent use of typeface, color, images, effects, and so on to improve readability and presenting content. The minimum length criterion of 10 slides/pages is reached. 
Average Score
5085% 
4038 points
More depth/information is required for the context and importance, otherwise the study detail will be unclear. There is no search history information supplied. 
8376 points
There is a review of important theoretical literature, however there is limited integration of research into problemrelated ideas. The review is just partly focused and arranged. There is research that both supports and opposes. A summary of the material given is provided. The conclusion may or may not include a biblical integration. 
5249 points
The content is somewhat ordered, but there is no discernible organization. The use of typeface, color, graphics, effects, and so on may sometimes distract from the presenting substance. It is possible that the length criteria will not be reached. 
Poor Quality
045% 
371 points
The context and/or importance are lacking. There is no search history information supplied. 
751 points
There has been an examination of relevant theoretical literature, but still no research concerning problemrelated concepts has been synthesized. The review is just somewhat focused and organized. The provided overview of content does not include any supporting or opposing research. The conclusion has no scriptural references. 
481 points
There is no logical or apparent organizational structure. There is no discernible logical sequence. The use of typeface, color, graphics, effects, and so on often detracts from the presenting substance. It is possible that the length criteria will not be reached. 
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