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Standard deviation of hypergeometric distribution
Standard Deviation=sqrt((Number of items in sample*Number of success*(Number of items in population-Number of success)*(Number of items in population-Number of items in sample))/((Number of items in population^2)*(Number of items in population-1))) GO
Variance of hypergeometric distribution
Variance=((Number of items in sample*Number of success*(Number of items in population-Number of success)*(Number of items in population-Number of items in sample))/((Number of items in population^2)*(Number of items in population-1))) GO
Standard deviation of proportion
Standard deviation of proportion=sqrt((Probability of Success*(1-Probability of Success))/(Number of items in population)) GO
Standard deviation of proportion given probability of success
Standard deviation of proportion=sqrt((Probability of Success)*(Probability of Failure )/(Number of items in population)) GO
Variance of negative binomial distribution.
Variance of distribution=(Number of success*Probability of Failure )/(Probability of Success^2) GO
Standard deviation of negative binomial distribution
Standard Deviation=sqrt((Number of success*Probability of Failure )/(Probability of Success)) GO
variance of proportion
Variance=(Probability of Success*(1-Probability of Success))/(Number of items in population) GO
variance of proportion given probability of success
Variance=(Probability of Success)*(Probability of Failure )/(Number of items in population) GO
Mean of negative binomial distribution
Mean of distribution=(Number of success*Probability of Failure )/Probability of Success GO
Sample mean
Mean of data=Sum of observation/Number of items in sample GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Population mean
Mean of data=Sum of observation/Number of elements in population GO
Sample mean
Mean of data=Sum of observation/Number of items in sample GO
Mean Using Coefficient Of Variation
Mean of data=Standard Deviation/Coefficient of variation GO
Mean Using Z-Score
Mean of data=Value of A-Z-score*Standard Deviation GO
Mean Of Data
Mean of data=(3*Median of data-Mode of data)/2 GO

Mean of hypergeometric distribution Formula

Mean of data=(Number of items in sample*Number of success)/(Number of items in population)
x=(n*z)/(N)
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Mean of Poisson distribution GO
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Standard deviation of poisson distribution GO
t-statistic GO
Standardized test statistics GO
One sample z test for proportion GO
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one sample t test for means GO
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Chi square test for independence GO
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population standard deviation GO
variance of proportion GO
variance of proportion given probability of success GO

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How to Calculate Mean of hypergeometric distribution?

Mean of hypergeometric distribution calculator uses Mean of data=(Number of items in sample*Number of success)/(Number of items in population) to calculate the Mean of data, The Mean of hypergeometric distribution formula is defined by the formula u = n * k / N. Where n is the number of items in the sample , K is the number of items in population that are classified as success and N is the number of items in the population. Mean of data and is denoted by x symbol.

How to calculate Mean of hypergeometric distribution using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Mean of hypergeometric distribution, enter Number of items in sample (n), Number of success (z) and Number of items in population (N) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Mean of hypergeometric distribution calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.5 = (50*5)/(100).

FAQ

What is Mean of hypergeometric distribution?
The Mean of hypergeometric distribution formula is defined by the formula u = n * k / N. Where n is the number of items in the sample , K is the number of items in population that are classified as success and N is the number of items in the population and is represented as x=(n*z)/(N) or Mean of data=(Number of items in sample*Number of success)/(Number of items in population). Number of items in sample is the count of how many numbers are are there in a sample, Number of success is the number of times the desired outcome has appeared in a given number of trials and Number of items in population is the count of how many numbers are are there in a population.
How to calculate Mean of hypergeometric distribution?
The Mean of hypergeometric distribution formula is defined by the formula u = n * k / N. Where n is the number of items in the sample , K is the number of items in population that are classified as success and N is the number of items in the population is calculated using Mean of data=(Number of items in sample*Number of success)/(Number of items in population). To calculate Mean of hypergeometric distribution, you need Number of items in sample (n), Number of success (z) and Number of items in population (N). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Number of items in sample, Number of success and Number of items in population and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Mean of data?
In this formula, Mean of data uses Number of items in sample, Number of success and Number of items in population. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Mean of data=(3*Median of data-Mode of data)/2
  • Mean of data=Value of A-Z-score*Standard Deviation
  • Mean of data=Standard Deviation/Coefficient of variation
  • Mean of data=Sum of observation/Number of items in sample
  • Mean of data=Sum of observation/Number of elements in population
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