Multivariate Hypergeometric Distributionby rogo0034 Tags: distribution, hypergeometric, multivariate 

#1
Mar712, 08:05 PM

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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
I worked out A) just fine it seems (given the answer in the book), but B) i'm not sure how to take this out. Below was a try but i'm not sure i was even on the right track. Any ideas? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution 



#2
Mar712, 09:25 PM

P: 37

Anyone have any ideas here?




#3
Mar812, 10:22 AM

P: 37

really, with over 400 views? no know can tackle this? Even Reddit at least took a shot at it. come on boys! lol, anything to get me started thinking right about this would help!




#4
Mar812, 12:14 PM

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Multivariate Hypergeometric DistributionRGV 



#5
Mar812, 01:50 PM

P: 37

"All nationalities but Italian are represented" So those three do not comply. It must have a zero for the third space, and contain at least one from each of the others, and must equal 4.




#6
Mar812, 02:06 PM

P: 37

ok, I answered my own question. the last two i added in would not work due to the criteria. so i guess you helped, thanks RGV. I'll try and find a better format to post these in.




#7
Mar812, 08:34 PM

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RGV 



#8
Mar1012, 12:58 PM

P: 37

Thanks for looking at it regardless!! This site has helped me so much, I appreciate anyone's input!



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