The Year 12 Discrete Random Variables program addresses outcomes from the Statistics and Probability strand in the Australian curriculum. Students studying Year 12 Discrete Random Variables will extend their knowledge of probability by introducing the concept of the probability distribution for a discrete random variable. They also attain proficient skills to calculate and interpret the expected value, variance and standard deviation for a discrete random variable.
Discrete Probability Distribution 0 concept
Mean, Variance and SD for Discrete Probability Distribution 0 concept
Binomial Probability Distribution 2 concepts
The probabilities of success and failure are to be calculated
The probabilities of success and failure are given
Mean, Variance and SD for Binomial Probability Distribution 0 concept
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