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Normal approximation to the binomial distribution
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"According to a hospital administrator, historical records over the past 10 years have shown that 20% of the major surgery patients are dissatisfied with after-surgery care in the hospital. A... More > scientific poll based on 400 hospital patients has just been conducted. What is the probability that less than 64 patients will not be satisfied with the after-surgery care? "< Less
Probability Binomial With Parameters
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"Among Orthodox Jews, families are expected to be large. Among Ashkenazim, a segment of the Jewish population, Tay-Sachs disease is [TSD] a relatively common disorder. TSD is an inherited... More > autosomal recessive disorder, i.e., both parents must be carriers in order that a child inherits the disease. Suppose 2 such Ashkenazim parent-carriers have 12 children. What is the probability that: [1] No children will have TSD? [2] At least 1 child will be born with TSD? [3] No more than 2 children will have TSD? "< Less
Calculation of Probability using Binomial Distribution
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"Assume the likelihood that any flight on Northwest Airlines arrives within 15 minutes of the scheduled time is .90. We select four flights from yesterday for study. a. What is the likelihood... More > all four of the selected flights arrived within 15 minutes of the scheduled time? b. What is the likelihood that none of the selected flights arrived within 15 minutes of the scheduled time? c. What is the likelihood at least one of the selected flights did not arrive within 15 minutes of the scheduled time? "< Less
Calculation of Probabilities Using Binomial Distribution
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According to Best buy, 2/3 citizens have iPods. In a randomly selected group of 3 iPod owners, what is the probability that all 3 would have iPods from best buy? Or at least one would have iPod from... More > best buy?< Less
Determining Probability Values Using Binomial Distribution
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"1. Use the Binomial distribution to determine the probability that none of the contracts are in breach of the tendering guidelines. 2. Use the Binomial distribution to determine the probability... More > that 4 or fewer contracts are in breach of the tendering guidelines. 3. Use the Binomial distribution to determine the probability that four or more of the contracts are in breach of the tendering guidelines. "< Less
Algebraic Expansion and Finding the Missing Coefficient.
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Find the coefficient of (a^6)(b^2) in the expression (a^2 - 2^b)^9.
Proofs
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There are statements that have not, and perhaps cannot, be proved. Data can be displayed, and patterns can be anticipated, but a proof requires a logical process. Statistics can be used to establish... More > a link between events, but often the reliability factor is established at only 95%. Accounting firms will retest a hypothesis using a larger sample if the initial hypothesis test fails. Even then two types of errors exist for each hypothesis: rejecting it by mistake, and incorrectly accepting it. It is similar to `reasonable doubt', although some will believe the statistical claims (at least until another study is released). Any statement can be proved false by one counter example. A correct example though, only illustrates there may be a possible proof. In this book, you will explore common methods of mathematical proof using various topics. Consider it as a supplement to a text.< Less
Finding the Coefficient of an Algebraic Expansion
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Find the coefficient of an Algebraic Expansiona6b2 in (a2 – 2b)5 from algebra.
A Short Proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem
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Presented herein is a proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem, which is not only short (relative to Wiles’ 109 page proof), but is also performed using relatively elementary mathematics. ... More > Particularly, the binomial theorem is utilized, which was known in the time of Fermat (as opposed to the elliptic curves of Wiles’ proof, which belong to modern mathematics).< Less
Single Proportion and Hypothesis Testing of Equality of two Means.
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"Now suppose the family decides to have only 3 children. What is the probability that: [1] No children will have TSD? [2] At least 1 child will be born with TSD? ... More > [3] No more than 2 children will have TSD? "< Less

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