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# Probability Distribution

## Probabilities associated with possible counting number

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## Probability Distribution

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## Visualizing Probability Distribution

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## Counting Out Probability

Probability Distribution Interactive
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## Probability Distribution Quiz

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## Probability Distribution Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Probability Distribution.
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## Normal Distribution

Students will investigate why and how the SAT is scored to correspond with a normal distribution curve.
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## Discrete Probability Distribution Study Guide

This study guide looks at discrete probability distribution and random variables (and notation), the linear transformation of random variable, and characteristics (mean, standard deviation, expected value, standard deviation) of probability distributions.
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