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Course: STATS STATS10, Spring 2009
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t-distribution The Previously, for the sake of convenience, we have been assuming that when dealing with normal models for quantitative data that either , or , or both are known. In practice, this is never really the case. We have mentioned how the sample mean x is a good (unbiased) estimate of the population mean , but now we will also be using s, (the sample standard deviation), as a measure to estimate the...

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UCLA - STATS - STATS10
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Cornell - LAW - 7591
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Cornell - LAW - 7591
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