# Search Results: 'probability'

### Search

×
×
×
×
4,777 results for "probability"
Determination of Probability Using Normal Distribution
eBook (PDF): \$5.99     According to Advertising Age, the average base salary for women working as copywriters in advertising firms is higher than the average base salary for men. The average base salary for women is... More > \$67,000 and the average base salary for men is \$65,500 (Working Women, July/August 2000). Assume salaries are normally distributed and that the standard deviation is \$7000 for both men and women.< Less
Determining Probability Values Using Binomial Distribution
eBook (PDF): \$5.99     "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
Beginner’s Guide to Probability: Now’s Your Chance!
eBook (ePub): \$5.08     This book should be of interest to anyone beginning their study of probability analysis. Based on mathematical examples, it will satisfy students working towards a variety of examinations that... More > includes GCSE Mathematics, A Level Mathematics, Professional Accountancy examinations at level 1, Undergraduate Accountancy and Business courses. In terms of academic and professional education and training, probability is taught and examined in a very wide variety of settings and at a wide variety of levels. for example, we can find probability at GCSE level (16 year school exit exams) and we can find them at final stage Professional Accountancy level, for example CIMA Stage 4, Financial Management.< Less
Solving Probability Problems Using Computer Simulations on Minitab
eBook (PDF): \$0.00     Book describes how a widely used statistical software package, Minitab, can be used to solve probability problems using simulations. It provides a simple introduction to students learning about Monte... More > Carlo simulation for the first time.< Less
Solving Probability Problems Using Computer Simulations on Minitab
Paperback: \$7.20
Prints in 3-5 business days     Book describes how a widely used statistical software package, Minitab, can be used to solve probability problems using simulations. It provides a simple introduction to students learning about Monte... More > Carlo simulation for the first time.< Less
Probability based on Simulated Random Numbers using Risk
eBook (PDF): \$5.99     "1. What is the Expected value of the investment? 2. What is the probability that the investment will be worth less than the original investment? 3. What is the probability that the investment... More > will have more than doubled (is greater or equal to \$20,0000)? "< Less
MATHEMATICS: Key Stage 3: Statistics and Probability
eBook (PDF): \$2.70     MATHEMATICS: Key Stage 3: Statistics and Probability is appropriate for study at Key Stage 3 (years 8 to 10) onwards. It contains good, well-explained teaching text, worked examples and exercises... More > accompanied by worked answers.< Less
Finding the Expected Value and Variance using Probability Distribution
eBook (PDF): \$5.99     "The budgeting process for a Midwestern college resulted in expense forecasts for the coming year (in \$ millions) of \$9, \$10, \$11, \$12, and \$13. Because the actual expenses are unknown, the... More > following respective probabilities are assigned: .3, .2, .25, .05, and .2. a. Show the probability distribution for the expense forecast. b. What is the expected value of the expense forecast for the coming year? c. What is the variance of the expense forecast for the coming year? d. If income projections for the year are estimated at \$12 million, comment on the financial position of the college. "< Less
Estimation of Standard Deviation of Returns from a Probability Distribution
eBook (PDF): \$5.99     An analyst believes that economic conditions during the next year will be either Strong, Normal, or Weak, and she thinks that the Corrigan Company's returns will have the following probability... More > distribution. What's the standard deviation of Corrigan's returns as estimated by this analyst?< Less
Probability, Statistics and Estimation: Propagation of Uncertainties in Experimental Measurement
Paperback: \$12.27
Prints in 3-5 business days     This book is made for anyone interested in experimental sciences and mathematics. Statistics and surveys are very common in our society, and the application area is supposed to be as large as... More > possible. We are willing to go beyond the theory so that the invistigator may find necessary tools to solve simple and rigourous uncertainties quantification. Indeed, science tries to link natural phenomena to a mathematical logic. Overall coherence and truth need to be practised by a critical mind that lays on measures accompanied with their uncertainties.< Less