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Chapter Outline

5.1 Two Types of Random Variables

5.2 Discrete Probability Distributions

5.3 The Binomial Distribution

5.4 The Poisson Distribution (Optional)

5.5 The Hypergeometric Distribution

(Optional)

5.6 Joint Distributions and the Covariance

(Optional)

5-2

LO 5-1: Explain the

difference between a

discrete random

variable and a

continuous random

variable.

5.1 Two Types of Random

Variables

Random variable: a variable that assumes numerical

values determined by the outcome of an experiment

Discrete

Continuous

Discrete random variable: Possible values can be

counted or listed

The number of defective units in a batch of 20

A rating on a scale of 1 to 5

Continuous random variable: May assume any

numerical value in one or more intervals

The waiting time for a credit card authorization

The interest rate charged on a business loan

5-3

LO 5-2: Find a discrete

probability distribution

and compute its mean

and standard deviation. 5.2 Discrete Probability

Distributions

The probability distribution of a discrete

random variable is a table, graph or formula

that gives the probability associated with

each possible value that the variable can

assume

Denote the values of the random variable by

x and the value’s associated probability by

p(x)

5-4

LO 5-3: Use the

binomial distribution

to compute

probabilities.

5.3 The Binomial Distribution

The binomial experiment…

1. Experiment consists of n identical trials

2. Each trial results in either “success” or

“failure”

3. Probability of success, p, is constant from

trial to trial

4. Trials are independent

If x is the total number of successes in n

trials of a binomial experiment, then x is a

binomial random variable

5-5

LO 5-4: Use the

Poisson distribution to

compute probabilities

(Optional).

5.4 The Poisson Distribution

(Optional)

occurs over an interval of time and assume

1. The probability of occurrence is the same for

any intervals of equal length

2. The occurrence in any interval is

independent of an occurrence in any non-

overlapping interval

If x = the number of occurrences in an

interval, then x is a Poisson random variable

e x

px

x!

5-6

LO5-4

e x

px

x!

e .4 .4

0

p 0 .6703

0!

e .4 .4

1

p 1 .2681

1!

e .4 .4

2

p 2 .0536

2!

e .4 .4

3

p 3 .0072

3!

e .4 .4

4

p 4 .0007

4!

e .4 .4

5

p 5 .0001

5!

5-7

LO 5-5: Use the

hypergeometric

distribution to

compute probabilities

(Optional).

5.5 The Hypergometric

Distribution (Optional)

Population consists of N items

r of these are successes

(N-r) are failures

If we randomly select n items without

replacement, the probability that x of the n

items will be successes is given by the

hypergeometric probability formula

r N r

x nx

P( x)

N

n

5-8

LO5-5

The Mean and Variance of a

Hypergeometric Random Variable

Mean

r

x n

N

Variance

r r N n

2

x n 1

N N N 1

5-9

LO 5-6: Compute and

understand the

covariance between

two random variables

(Optional).

5.6 Joint Distributions and the

Covariance (Optional)

5-10

LO5-6

Covariance

To measure the association between x and y,

can calculate the covariance between x and y

Calculate (x-µx)(y-µy)=(x-.124)(y-.124) for each

combination of values of x and y

Note that .124 is the mean of both distributions

Multiply each (x-µx)(y-µy) value by the

probability of p(x,y) and sum results

The result is the covariance

Denoted by σ2xy

5-11

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