You will master everything from Set theory to Combinatorics to Probability in this comprehensive probability course, which includes several challenges and solutions. Probability is a fundamental concept in many fields of modern research, including machine learning, risk management, inferential statistics, and business decisions.
You’ll be able to address a variety of day-to-day commercial and scientific prediction challenges if you understand the depth of probability. This course covers, but is not limited to, the following topics:
- Set of Universal Use
- Subsets that are both proper and improper
- Singleton Set and Super Set
- Set that is null or empty
- Set the bar high.
- Sets that are equal and equivalent
- Notes for Builders
- The Set’s Cardinality
- Operational Procedures
- The Sets Laws
- Sets, both finite and infinite
- Sets of Numbers
- Diagram of a Venn Diagram
- Set’s Union, Intersection, and Complement
- Theoretical Probability is a branch of probability theory that deals with the possibility of
- Probability based on empirical evidence
- Probability Addition Rules
- Mutual and non-mutual agreements Exclusive
- Probability Multiplication Rules
- Events that are dependent and independent
- Variable at Random
- Continuous and Discrete Variables
- Probability with Conditions
- Theorem of Bayes
- Binomial Distribution is a type of probability distribution.
- Poisson Distribution is a statistical model that describes the distribution of
- Distribution of the Normal
- Kurtisos and Skewedness
- T stands for distribution.
- Probability Decision Tree
You’ll also have access to the Q&A section, where you may ask questions and get answers. You can also message me directly.
You will receive a certificate of accomplishment upon completion of this course, which you can publish on your LinkedIn profile for our colleagues and potential employers to see!
For whom is this course intended:
- Those who are likely to be starting from the ground up.
- Probability is now being studied by students.
- In the field of data science, I’m a professional.
- Bankers are those who work in the banking industry.
- Individuals who work in the insurance industry.