## False Negative

While understanding the hypothesis, two errors can be quite confusing. These two errors are false negative and false positive. You can also refer to the false-negative error as type II error and false-positive as type I error. While you are learning, you might think these errors have no use and will only waste your time […]

## Box Plot Review

A box plot or box and whisker plot help you display the database distribution on a five-number summary. The first quartile Q1 will be the minimum, the third quartile Q3 will be the median, and the fifth quartile Q5 will be the maximum. You can find the outliers and their values by using a box […]

## Bayesian Networks

Creating a probabilistic model can be challenging but proves helpful in machine learning. To create such a graphical model, you need to find the probabilistic relationships between variables. Suppose you are creating a graphical representation of the variables. You need to represent the variables as nodes and conditional independence as the absence of edges. Graphical […]

## Bias Vs. Variance

Bias and Variance are two main prediction errors that mostly occur during a machine learning model. Machine learning solves numerous problems that we worry about. Through machine learning, we can perform activities that we were not able to perform before. As machine learning solves most of the problems, we face various challenges. These predictions can […]

## Table Values Represent AREA to the LEFT of the Z score

STANDARD NORMAL DISTRIBUTION: Table Values Represent AREA to the LEFT of the Z score.

## The Poisson distribution

The Poisson distribution is the discrete probability distribution of the number of events occurring in a given time period, given the average number of times the event occurs over that time period. A specific fast-food restaurant gets a normal of 3 guests to the drive-through every moment. This is only a normal, be that as […]

## How to Calculate a Co

On the off chance that you know the standard deviation for a populace, at that point, you can compute a certainty interim (CI) for the mean, or normal, of that populace. At the point when a factual trademark that is being estimated, (for example, salary, level of intelligence, value, stature, amount, or weight) is numerical, […]

## How to Calculate Percentages

Calculating percentages can be an easy task. There are numerous percentage calculators online that can help with task by simply searching for “percentage calculator.” However, there may be a time when (however, unlikely it sounds) you may need to be able to calculate percentages without any digital assistance. Before you can start, you should first […]

## Mutually Exclusive Event: Definition, Examples, Unions

What is a mutually exclusive event? Mutually exclusive events are things that can’t happen at the same time. For instance, you can’t run forward and in reverse simultaneously. The actions “running forward” and “running in reverse” are mutually exclusive. Flipping a coin can also give you this sort of event. You can’t flip a coin […]

## Prime number

What are Prime Numbers? A prime number does not have any other factor besides one and itself. These whole numbers are greater than one. A factor is a whole number that you can divide with other numbers evenly. The list of prime numbers includes 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, and […]