## Individual Research Projects Section 13.4

### Project 13.5

Do some research on Keno probabilities. Write a paper on playing Keno.

Reference:
Karl J. Smith, “Keno Expectation,” Two-Year College Mathematics Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2,Fall 1972.

### Project 13.6

Consider the following classroom activity. Suppose the … See the whole entry

## Individual Research Projects Section 13.2

### Project 13.3

The questions in this problem are from a study by MacCrimmon, Stanbury, and Wehrung, “Real Money Lotteries: A Study of Ideal Risk, Context Effects, and Simple Processes,” in Cognitive Processes in Choice and Decision Behavior, edited by Thomas … See the whole entry

## Individual Research Projects Section13.1

### Project 13.1

Devise a fair scheme for eliminating coins in this country.

Here is an alternative question:
Michael Rossides has come up with a scheme for eliminating coins. This scheme involves probability and the fact that most cash registers today … See the whole entry

Video:
Introduction to Bayes’ theorem  (time: 10:03)

This is a video of Bayes’ theorem presented by students for students. It is one of three videos. (time: 4:57)
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Video:
Independent events; probability of an intersection  (time: 8:03)

Tree diagrams (time: 6:07)
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Videos:
This is a general introduction to probability.  (time: 9:25)

Probability – Part 1  (time: 10:29)  This is the first of 8 videos on this topic.  If you are interested in this one, click the links at the right on … See the whole entry

## Reference Topics 13-6

Here is a statement of the binomial theorem (with links):
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/BinomialTheorem.html

This link gives some examples of the binomial theorem:
http://www.purplemath.com/modules/binomial.htm

This site provides a summary of the binomial distribution.
http://www.stat.yale.edu/Courses/1997-98/101/binom.htm

This site calculates the binomial probabilities.
http://stattrek.com/online-calculator/binomial.aspxSee the whole entry