Here you'll learn how to represent the standard deviation of a normal distribution on a bell curve. Then you'll use the Empirical Rule to solve normal distribution problems. #Math #Empirical Rule #CK-12
NORMAL CURVE - Bing Images The normal distribution curve is the basis for probability theory. Probability theory builds on this distribution. If something is rare, occurring more than two standard deviations above or below the mean, we probably caused it to happen by our research manipulation. Therefore, we have found statistical significance, p < .05. Use graphic in PowerPoint as explanation of probability.
Sharpe Ratio Definition #arcade #games #online http://game.remmont.com/sharpe-ratio-definition-arcade-games-online/ Sharpe Ratio BREAKING DOWN ‘Sharpe Ratio’ The Sharpe ratio has become the most widely used method for calculating risk-adjusted return; however, it can be inaccurate when applied to portfolios or assets that do not have a normal distribution of expected returns. Many assets have a high degree of kurtosis (‘fat tails’) or negative skewness. The…
z-score Calculations & Percentiles in a Normal Distribution. I show you how to calculate Z-scores and find areas under the bell curve...p-values. I will also show you how to find statistics from areas under the curve...such as quartiles.