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  Learning Objectives

You can solve simple stochastic problems with a computer simulation using random numbers.


You understand that random experiments are subject to statistical fluctuations, you can represent results as a frequency distribution and interpret them.


You can examine the significance of a sample using a computer simulation and you know the concept of chi-square tests.


You know how to use the computer to simulate populations.


You know what the Mandelbrot set is and how to represent it graphically.


You know what fundamentals and overtones are and you know the concept of a spectrum.





"I only believe in statistics that I doctored myself."

Attributed to Winston Churchill