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Product No. 7604 Supplementary Print Price: $75
 

Statistics & Probability Math Pack CD-ROM

Mathematics Topic:
Probability, Statistics
Application Areas:
Various
Prerequisites:
PC, Adobe Acrobat

Designed for use in High Schools, two year colleges, and universities, Math Packs are self-contained lessons that bring math to life. There are 7 Packs organized by topic.


Multiple Reduction Copy Machines and Fractals
The Probability that a Queen Sits Beside a King: Juxtapositions and Runs in a Random Permutation
Orthogonal Projections and Applications in Linear Algebra Pinochle Numbers
The Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium
Elementary Cryptology
Mortality Discount
Rating Systems for Human Abilities: The Case of Rating Chess Skill
Two Level Factorial Designs and Yates' Analysis
The Unit of Analysis and the Independence of Observations
Cassette Tapes: Predicting Recording Time
Probability in a Contested Election
Expected Value at Jal Alai and Pari-Mutuel Gambling
The q-q Plot, A Graphical Method for Comparing Two Samples
Examining Data: A General Strategy and One-Sample Methods
Regression Methods and Problem Banks
Classifying Probability Distribution Functions
Random Numbers
Simpson’s Paradox
Exploring Data from the 1980 New York City Marathon Randomized Response Technique: Getting in Touch with Touchy Questions
Expected Loss in Keno
Evaluating and Analyzing Probabilistic Forecasts
Zeller's Congruence and Modular Systems
Keeping Dimensions Straight
The t-Test for Independent Samples
Random Walks and Fluctuations
The Statistical Evaluation of Burn Care
Randomization Tests
Genetic Counseling
Approximations in Probability Calculations
Fitting Equations to Data: Part 1
An Iterative Approach to Linear Regression
Basic Descriptive Statistics
Regression Toward the Mean
Conditional Probability and Ambiguous Information
Evaluation of Diagnostic Tests and Decision Analysis
The Poisson Random Process
Adjusted Rates: The Direct Rate
Nuclear Deterrence
Measures of Voting Unity The Rice Index
Monte Carlo: The Use of Random Digits to Simulate Experiments
Testing a Hypothesis: t-Test for Independent Samples