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Precalculus
Calculus 1
Calculus 2
Calculus 3
Linear algebra
Probability theory
Probability theory
Events, probabilities and combinatorics
Total probability theorem and Bayes’ theorem
Distribution, distribution function, density function
Expected value and standard deviation
Markov’s and Chebyshev’s inequalities
Discrete and continuous distributions
Distributions of two random variables
Discrete and continuous distributions
Slides
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Binomial, Poisson and hypergeometric distributions
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The proper time to apply each distribution
03
Exponential, normal and uniform distributions
04
Relationship between Poisson and Exponential distribution
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The "forever young" property of the exponential distribution
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Problem with Poisson and Binomial distributions
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Problem 09
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Problem 10
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Problem 11
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Problem 12
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Problem 13
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Problem 14
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Problem 15
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Problem 16
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Problem 17
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