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Course: STAT 303, Fall 2008
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303 Chapter Statistics 7 Inference for Means Inference for Means In chapter 6 we made the following assumptions: Population distribution is normal Mean is unknown Simple Random Sample Population standard deviation is known If unknown Use sample standard deviation (s) Because of the adjustment for estimating with s the sampling distribution of the sample mean is no longer normally distributed. Z, the...

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