# Ch 42: CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Discrete Probability Distributions

This chapter was designed by experts to assist you in preparing for the Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) Middle Level/Intermediate Math test questions on discrete probability distributions.

## CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Discrete Probability Distributions - Chapter Summary

The information in this chapter is a refresher to increase your competency before you take the CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math test. The lessons here will prepare you for answering test questions in several areas, including:

• The definition of uniform distribution in statistics
• Understanding various types of random variables
• The discrete random variable and finding and interpreting its expected value
• Theoretical and empirical discrete probability distributions and how to find expected values
• The meaning and characteristics of binomial experiments
• The process of using formulas to find binomial probabilities
• Using tables to find binomial probabilities
• The formula for a binomial random variable's mean and standard deviation
• Using binomial experiments for problem solving

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