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10-19-2007
04:56 AM

10-19-2007
04:56 AM

Probability and Statistics

Sir Kindly arrange to provide the detailed notes for the following questions. 1. When is it appropriate to use the uniform distribution to describe a random variable X? 2. Why do we compute values when using the normal table? Explain. 3. Explain the meaning of the height of a probability curve over a given point. 4. Explain: a. what the mean ï�, tells us about a normal curve. b. what the standard deviation Ïƒ, tells us about a normal curve. 5. Explain how to compute Z value corresponding to a value of normality distributed random variable. What does the Z value tell us about the value of the random variable. Your earliest reply in this regard will be much more appreciated and also useful for me class tutorials.

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11-02-2007
09:17 AM

11-02-2007
09:17 AM

RE: Probability and Statistics

Hello Sir, Can you please provide more details for your questions? How are you using Pro/E in this class? What material are you referencing? Thank you, Mark

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