# Ch 47: MTLE Mathematics: Probability Distributions

Revisit probability distributions through this chapter with help from expert instructors. You can refresh your knowledge of random variables, binomial experiments and more as you study for the MTLE Mathematics assessment.

## MTLE Mathematics: Probability Distributions - Chapter Summary

Fun video lessons can help you get reacquainted with important math concepts you will see on the MTLE Mathematics assessment. Explore this chapter to make sure you're prepared to answer probability distributions questions that ask you to:

• Define random variables, and find the expected value of discrete and continuous random variables
• Develop discrete probability distributions theoretically and empirically
• Explain uniform distribution in statistics, and define binomial experiments and normal distribution
• Calculate binomial probabilities using formulas and tables, and understand problems with binomial experiments
• Discuss how to theoretically develop continuous probability distributions
• Share the meaning of probabilities as areas of geometric regions, and demonstrate how to approximate binomial probabilities

Ensure you're ready to tackle probability distributions on the exam by reviewing the lessons in this chapter in any sequence that suits your studies. You can test your comprehension of the subject area by taking short quizzes and a chapter exam. Further boost your knowledge of lesson topics by submitting your questions to our experts.

15 Lessons in Chapter 47: MTLE Mathematics: Probability Distributions
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