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Describe a situation where you see probabilities or might see probabilities. Then present this probability as a conditional probability. In response, other students can make assumptions about the conditional probability table that could accompany such a situation and pose a question for a specific probability.

Answer #1

Suppose there are three boxes where a prize is hidden in one of them. At this point, you have 1/3 probability of picking the prize if you randomly select one of the three boxes (i.e P(winning)=1/3).

Now, if you selected a box (but have yet open it) and are told that one of the remaining boxes is empty, you are asked whether you would like to change your choice of selection. You can easily verify using Bayes' Rule that P(winning|change selection)=2/3, so it is in fact a better decision for you to change your selection.

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process called encoding, retain that information: a process called
storage, later get the information back out: a process called
retrieval.) in an analysis of why your memories may have differed.
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the...

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in which you are receiving discharge instructions if you could
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to you does not know you have hearing loss.)

Describe a situation in your personal life where you engage in
an activity or a decision-making process that lends itself to a
continuous probability distribution. What type of
probability distribution might be most appropriate for the
activity? Please include real-life examples (not teacher ones)

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follows:
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applied to it, yet the force does no work over a non-zero time
interval. How can this be?
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negative? When is it positive? Why?
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decision? Describe the situation. Then you or someone in a reply
can make up numbers for that situation and someone else can solve
it.

Please, develop and explain a situation where you would apply
probability theory, or specify a probability distribution. Mention
and explain the reason for his selection, and the advantages and
disadvantages of the use of probabilities are in your example

llustrate or describe one situation where a random sampling
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Think of a situation in which you might need to use probability
in life or at work.
write the detailed steps for your own example.
Outlines a probability example and provides the elements
involved in your example.
Describes each element or part that needs to be determined or
analyzed in the example.
Example could be from any source. Please provide actual
probability values in your example.

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in life or at work.
write the detailed steps for your own example.
Outlines a probability example and provides the elements
involved in your example.
Describes each element or part that needs to be determined or
analyzed in the example.
Example could be from any source. Please provide actual
probability values in your example.

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having a focused message in your writing could lead to a problem or
poor outcome. Describe how you can use the writing process to
ensure your writing is focused and effective.

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