Sandro
Botticelli’s painting
“Random
variables are used to model situations in which the outcome, before
the fact, is uncertain. One component in the model is the sample
space.”
“The
sample space is the list of all possible outcomes (or a range of
possible values). For each value in the sample space, there is an
associated probability.”
“The
probability can either be an estimate of something that exists in the
real world or it could be an exact value that comes from an ideal
distribution.”
“Sometimes
identifying the sample space helps to remind you exactly what it is
that you are measuring.”
“Think
of something that you might want to measure that is affected by
random variation.”
“Identify
what you want to measure, then describe its (approximate) sample
space.”
“Give
a rough description of the probabilities associated with those values
(you can simply specify if they are all the same probability or if
values in one range will be more likely than values in another
range).”
Painted
by Sandro
Botticelli
“What
would you say to a person who says that he or she "knows"
what the outcome of an individual observation will be (an outcome of
something that has not happened yet that is subject to random
error)?”
“When
forming your answer to this question you may give an example of a
situation from your own field of interest for which a random variable
can serve as a model.”
One
of great paintings by Sandro
Botticelli
“There
is no requirement to use sources from the Internet, but if you use an
idea or a quotation from any source, it should be cited (such as
putting the author and year at the end of the sentence and then
adding a reference at the end to describe the source).”
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Sandro Botticelli’s painting
Beautiful Boticelli.
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“Random variables are used to model situations in which the outcome, before the fact, is uncertain. One component in the model is the sample space.”
Beautiful pictures of Boticelli.
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“The sample space is the list of all possible outcomes (or a range of possible values). For each value in the sample space, there is an associated probability.”
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“The probability can either be an estimate of something that exists in the real world or it could be an exact value that comes from an ideal distribution.”
This is interesting like always
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“Sometimes identifying the sample space helps to remind you exactly what it is that you are measuring.”
Those paintings are beautiful☺
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“Think of something that you might want to measure that is affected by random variation.”
Very nice paintings!! Kisses
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“Identify what you want to measure, then describe its (approximate) sample space.”
Ayy I took statistics in school and wasn't very good at it. LOL!
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“Give a rough description of the probabilities associated with those values (you can simply specify if they are all the same probability or if values in one range will be more likely than values in another range).”
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Painted by Sandro Botticelli
Piękne obrazy. Co do treści nie wiem czy dobrze zrozumiałam, ale wydaje mi się, że tu chodzi o to, iż nigdy do końca nie wiadomo co będzie.? :)
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Looks like a good task.
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“When forming your answer to this question you may give an example of a situation from your own field of interest for which a random variable can serve as a model.”
Stunning paintings by Botticelli  and they are so large when you see them in real life.
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One of great paintings by Sandro Botticelli
I am lost in statistics but I enjoyed Sandro Botticelli paintings.
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“There is no requirement to use sources from the Internet, but if you use an idea or a quotation from any source, it should be cited (such as putting the author and year at the end of the sentence and then adding a reference at the end to describe the source).”
wow so stunning paintings:)
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Sandro Botticelli’s painting
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