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NZAMT NZQA NZ Grapher NZ Maths Census at School Study It

3.13 Probability HOME | Achievement Objectives | Overview | Vocabulary | Expected value | Venn Diagrams | Union, Mutually exclusive, Complement | Independence | Conditional | Tree Diagrams | Risk & Relative risk | Simulations | Revision

Expected Value

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Expected Value

A comparison of Discrete Random Variables and Continuous Random Variables. Introduction of the Expected Value, and how to calculate it.

Yahtzze dice rolls | 20 sided dice

Random variables - discrete & continuous (probability distribution)

Intro to random variables and expectation & example 2 David Metzler

Nice clear videos by Brandon Foltz. Expected value

The Expected Value and Variance of Discrete Random Variables (great video)

Nice clear videos by Brandon Foltz. Variance

Also remember the simpler idea of:
Expected Number from a group = probability x Number in group

Class notes pdf
Class Handout (print version)
Class site

Expected Value nceax.co.nz quiz 1 | quiz 2 | quiz 3

Sigma(old) 7.03A | 7.03B

 

 

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