This is the tenth page of the series of free video lessons, "Statistics Lectures".
Statistics - Lecture 26
Discrete and Continuous Random Variables
A random variable is variable which has its value determined by a probability experiment.
A discrete random variable is a random variable which has a finite number of values.
A continuous random variable is a random variable which has an infinite number of values.
Statistics - Lecture 27
Discrete Probability Distributions
A probability distribution displays the probabilities associated with all possible outcomes.
Statistics - Lecture 28
A probability histogram is a histogram with possible values on the x-axis, and probabilities on the y-axis.
Statistics - Lecture 29
Mean and Expected Value of Discrete Random Variables
Law of Large Numbers
Statistics - Lecture 30
Variance and Standard Deviation of Discrete Random Variables
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