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TO INTRODUCTION PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS II Handout 10 36-226 Interval Estimation: Some Motivation Spring, 2009 At the beginning of the semester, we discussed some of the elements of statistical inference. Although at the time we didnt dene it, one of those elements of a statistical inference included a measure of precision or accuracy of how good the inference is. We have discussed desirable properties of...

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