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Introduction to Statistics II - Lecture 5

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Lecture 5 - Continuous Random Variables

Continuous random variables have many applications. Baseball batting averages, IQ scores, the length of time a long distance telephone call lasts, the amount of money a person carries, the length of time a computer chip lasts, and SAT scores are just a few. The field of reliability depends on a variety of continuous random variables.

This lecture gives an introduction to continuous random variables and the many continuous distributions.

Dr. Barbara Illowsky, Susan Dean
Collaborative Statistics
(Connexions)
http://cnx.org
Date accessed: 2009-01-17
License: Creative Commons Attribution 2.0

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