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Unformatted text preview: estimate of μ is ε n z σ ε α * 2 / = Example : Let the tarsus length for a male grackle is normal distributed N( μ , 4.84). Find the sample size n so that we are 95% confident that maximum error of the estimate of μ is 0.4. Ping Ma Lecture 30 Fall 2005 2 (2)The proportion Let Y ~ b(n,p) Find the sample size n so that we are 100(1α )% confident that maximum error of the estimate of p is ε n p p z ) 1 ( * * 2 /= α ε Ping Ma Lecture 30 Fall 2005 3 ...
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 Fall '05
 TBA
 Statistics, Normal Distribution, Tarsus, maximum error

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