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### Chapter 4

Course: QBA 2302, Spring 2008
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4: PROBABILITY CHAPTER &amp; PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS 4.1 HOW PROBABILITY CAN BE USED IN MAKING INFERENCES We stated in Chapter 1 that a scientist uses inferential statistics to make statements about a population based on information contained in a sample. Because such statements or decisions are made under conditions of uncertainty, the use of probability concepts is required. Probability concepts help us...

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