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Probability and Statistics Chapter 5

Chapter 5 covers random variables, probability distribution, and more. These notes have well written, in-depth cheat sheets, examples, and added calculator commands. The majority of these problems are taken from Pearsons my stat lab and elaborated on in class.

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