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STAT 100
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Derek Bingham

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Chapter 19 SimulationWhere do probabilities come fromThe big advantage of probability models is that they allow us to calculate the probabilities of complicated events starting from an assignment of probabilitiesTechnology rides to the rescue once we have a probability model we can use a computer to simulate many repetitionsSimulations of probabilities use a probability model Using random digits from a table or from computer software to imitate chance behavior is called a simulationBecause it is how scientists and engineers really do find probabilities in complex situations Simulation BasicsSimulation is an effective tool for finding probabilities of complex events
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