Basics Concepts of Probability and Statistics for Beginners
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# Basics Concepts of Probability and Statistics for Beginners

A Complete Beginner Guide to statistics & Probability. Master the Fundamentals of Probability and Statistics.
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Last updated 8/2020
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This course includes
• 5.5 hours on-demand video
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
• Statistics and Probability with real life example. Coin, Ball and Card experiment. Also, problem solving based on these experiment
• Tally marks, Measure of central tendency, Mean, Mode, Median of grouped data and some more.
Requirements
• No prior subject knowledge required
• A keen interest to learn the topic is needed
Description

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Probability is a numerical measure of likelihood of an event.Probability tells us how often some event will happen after many repeated trials. Where as Statistics is a form of mathematical analysis that uses quantified models, representations and synopses for a given set of experimental data or real-life studies. Statistics studies methodologies to gather, review, analyze and draw conclusions from data.

How it is done exactly?

So we have designed this best selling course on Probability and Statistics which will give a broad idea on theoretical, experimental, compound probability, permutations, combinations also how the data should be collected, analysed, interpreted, presented, and organized.  This course is designed in a very easy manner to understand probability and statistics with most important concepts.

Requirements

• You'll only needed basic arithmetic and algebra knowledge to learn statistics and probability , so if you have that simple foundation, you'll be able to learn it easily.

-What you will learn?

-Basics of Probability and Statistics

-Different types of events that occur (Sample space)

-Basic probability rules

-Experiment based problem solving

(Coin, Dice, Card & Ball Experiment)

-Introduction of Statistics & Probability

-Data handling

-How to measure central tendency?

-Calculation of Mean, Median & Mode

-Problems based on cumulative frequency.

-Who can take this course?

• The course can be taken by school students, teacher or any learner who has Probability & Statistics as a part of their curriculum.

• It will also help teachers who are willing to give the best quality education to students.

-Benefits of taking this Course:

• On completion of this course, one will not only understand the concept in depth but will also be able to improve their data analysis techniques and predictions skills and hence score good marks in their exams with the help of:

• Explanatory videos that ensures complete concept understanding.

• Quiz videos help in testing your knowledge.

• In short it is an interesting course fulfilling all the student's needs.

So hurry up and enroll now for Probability & Statistics course!!

Who this course is for:
• Anyone wants to learn Statistics and Probability in detail
• And Teachers who wish to provide quality education to their student
Course content
Expand all 23 lectures 05:24:54
+ Probability
12 lectures 03:58:19
Problem Solving - Empirical (Experimental) Probability Part 1
08:25
Problem Solving - Empirical (Experimental) Probability Part 2
08:25

Can you predict what will be the outcome when you toss a coin or two or a group of people toss coins.

Well, it is difficult to say that but at least we can tell the chances of an outcome.

Probability coin experiment
06:38

This session is specially designed to give an overall idea on how to solve a problem based on probability related to coin experiment.

It will guide you on how to understand a question and how to really proceed with finding the solution. If you are beginner then this video will really help you in tackling problems related to coin experiment and it's probability in a better manner.

We've covered probability associated with One coin and two coins in this video.

Probability - Coin experiment - Problem solving
06:13

This video is about tricks and shortcuts of Probability based on Ball and Card Experiments.

Formula explained with ball and card experiment
05:23

This session is about how to solve a probability problem based on ball experiment. But now, what exactly is ball experiment? If you have 8 balls in a bag and all are differently colored, so what will be a probability of you picking a certain colored ball?

Well this session is specially designed to give an overall idea on how to solve a problem based on probability related to ball experiment.

It will guide you on how to understand a question and how to really proceed with finding the solution. If you are beginner then this video will really help you in tackling problems related to ball experiment and it's probability in a better manner.

Ball experiment - Problem solving
08:23

This video will give you an overall idea on how to solve a problem based on probability.

The video shows how to understand a question and how to go about finding the solution. This video will really help you in tackling problems related to probability in a better manner.

Card experiment - Problem solving 1
08:56

We all enjoy playing cards with our family and friends !!! Some find it interesting, some find it confusing. That's probably because there are so many sets and cards involved. But most of the time when someone wins in a card game we profusely give credits to his/her 'good' cards when in reality it all depends on shuffling and probability of those cards falling to a person.

Well this session is specially designed to give an overall idea on how to solve a problem based on probability related to ''card experiment''.

There can be a variety of questions that can be formed when it comes to cards. Now how to approach such kind of questions and find a solution is what we will learn in this particular video.

Card experiment - Problem solving 2
01:21:20

All of you guys must have played with a dice at least once. Ever thought the number that falls, can be a result of a mathematical concept? Here we are talking about 'Probability'. This session is specially designed to give an overall idea on how to solve a problem based on probability related to Dice experiment.

It will guide you on how to understand a question and how to really proceed with finding the solution. If you are beginner then this video will really help you in tackling problems related to dice experiment and it's probability in a better manner.

Dice Experiment - Problem solving
05:48

This video will give you an overall idea on how to solve a problem based on probability.
also one will learn how to understand a question and how to go about finding the solution. If you are beginner then this video will really help you in tackling problems related to probability in a better manner.

Probability Problem solving
01:21:20
+ Statistics & Its Applications
11 lectures 01:26:35

Statistics plays an important role in deifferent fields as it helps in understanding the situations and making predictions for future.

This is an Introductory video on Statistics. It will explain you the procedures from collection of data to summarize it. So watch this session and learn about the topic in detail.

Introduction to statistics
04:10

A data is a collection of numbers gathered together to give some information ex: age, sex, salary, habits etc.

In this session, you will learn about the types of data, collection of data and presentation of data. Tally mark is a quick way ot keep the track of numbers leaving behind any mess.

So watch this session and learn about the steps of tally marks and its uses.

Data handling - Tally marks
06:09

Data collected in a survey of a group is often very large and generally it shows that the numbers in the data tend to cluster around a number which is called central tendency of the group. The number around which cluster occurs is called measure of central tendency. ex: Mean, Mode and Median.

Measure of central tendency
07:41

Mean is one of the measures of central tendency. In this session you will learn about how to find the mean of a group data, this method is also known as Direct Mean Method.

Watch this video and learn the direct method to find the mean of a group data.

Mean of grouped data - Direct method - problem solving
06:29

While finding the mean by direct method, it may happen that the numbers in the columns come out to be very large which becomes tedious to calculate the value. So we use Asseumed Mean Method to calculate then mean of such data.

It will give you same information if calculated by using direct method, the only importance of this method is that it reduces time and makes the process less tedious. This method is also known as 'shift of origin method'

Mean of grouped data - Assumed mean data - problem solving
08:14

We use Assumed Mean Method to make the procedure simple as compared to the Direct Mean Method.

Likewise Step-Deviation method is used to make process even simpler to calculate the mean. This is also known as 'Shift of origin and Change of scale method'.

Watch this video and learn about the concept in depth.

Mean of grouped data - step deviation method - problem solving
08:04

This is a very crucial session that must be watched if someone is really interested in learning about all the three methods 'Direct mean method', 'Assumed mean method' and 'Step-deviation method' to see the difference as it has been explained by taking only one example.

Mean of grouped data
09:59

Apart form Mean, Median is also one of the measures of central tendency. Median is called the middle most observation and one of the most important parameters in the subject of statistics.

So watch this session and learn how to calculate the Median of a grouped data

Median of grouped data - Problem Solving
08:11

Mode of a data is one of the measures of central tendency.This is also an important parameters of a data which is nothing but the observation that occurs most frequently.

So watch this session and learn how to calculate the Mode of a grouped data.

Mode of Grouped data - Problem solving
05:01

Watch the session and learn to calculate and tabulate the Cumulative Frequency-Less than type-Ogive also see the graphical representation of it.

Cumulative frequency - less than type - Ogive
11:20

Watch the session and learn to calculate and tabulate the Cumulative Frequency-More than type-Ogive also see the graphical representation of it.

Cumulative frequency - more than type - Ogive
11:17