Chapter 7

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1. Section 7.7

1.1. Confusion of the Inverse

1.1.1. 3 pieces of Information to determine probability of a positive test result being accurate.

1.1.1.1. #1

1.1.1.2. #2

1.1.1.3. #3

4. Section 7.4

4.5. Sampling with and Without Replacement

4.5.1. With Replacement

4.5.2. Without Replacement

6. Section 7.3

6.1. Assigning Probabilities to Simple Events

6.1.1. Two Conditions for Valid Probabilities

6.1.2. Probabilities for Equally Likely Simple Events

6.1.3. Key Terms

6.1.3.1. Sample Space

6.1.3.2. Event

6.1.3.3. Simple Event

6.4. Independent and Dependent Events

6.4.1. Independent

6.4.2. Dependent

7. Section 7.2

7.1. The Relatice Frequency Interpretation of Probability situations

7.1.1. Buying lottery tickets regularly and observing how often you win

7.1.2. Drawing a student's name out of a hat and seeing how often a particular student is selected

7.1.3. Commuting to work daily and observing whether or not a certain traffic signal is red when we encounter it.

7.1.4. Surveying many adults and determining what proportion smokes

7.1.5. Observing births and noting how often the baby is a female