When Sampling Without Replacement, the Probability of Obtaining a Certain
When sampling without replacement, the probability of obtaining a certain sample is best given by a
The key difference between the binomial and hypergeometric distribution is that with the hypergeometric distribution the
A)probability of success must be less than 0.5
B)probability of success changes from trial to trial
C)trials are independent of each other
D)random variable is continuous
Excel's HYPGEOM.DIST function can be used to compute
A)bin width for histograms
C)cumulative hypergeometric probabilities
D)Both hypergeometric probabilities and cumulative hypergeometric probabilities are correct.
Excel's HYPGEOM.DIST function has how many inputs?