- Introduce Bernoulli Trials
- Demonstrate how to use the geometric probability model to calculate expected value (mean), standard deviation, and probability
- Review the assumptions and conditions that are necessary for using a geometric probability model
This packet shows you the Geometric probability model, its mean, standard deviation, and formula for computing probabilities. There is a powerpoint with definitions, a video of examples, and examples for you to do on your own.
This packet introduces you to the geometric probability model, which is a combination of Bernoulli trials. Some terms that may be new are:
This powerpoint shows the mean, variance, standard deviation, and probability formulas for the geometric probability distribution.
This video shows you how the geometric distribution is defined, how to find probabilities for the geometric distribution, and examples of finding probabilities for different distributions.