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MA260C Lesson 4 Reading Assignments.docx

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Lesson 4: Normal Distribution This lesson explores “normal” in terms of statistics, its properties, and the central limit theorem that explains this concept. Learning Objectives Upon completion of Lesson 4, you should be able to: Develop an understanding of the concept of normal in statistics and applicability to other disciplines. Summarize normal distribution properties. Discuss the Central Limit Theorem and statistical applications. What To Do Next Reading Assignments Click on the Reading Assignments link above to access your textbook reading assignments and lecture notes. Assessment After you have completed the reading assignments for this lesson and feel comfortable with the material presented, go to the Exams & Quizzes tool on the left navigation panel and complete Online Exam 4 . Congratulations! Once you have completed these items, and have received a passing score on the assessment, you are ready to move on to your next lesson! Reading Assignments Text Readings Statistical Reasoning for Everyday Life , Chapter 5 Additional Readings DIRECTIONS: To access ProQuest articles, you MUST first open a Web browser window to the ProQuest Library; otherwise, you will be denied access to the articles when you click the links. Once your browser is open to ProQuest, simply click on the link for the article you need to read. For detailed instructions on how to access ProQuest, click here . For non-ProQuest articles, use the provided Internet link to access the Required Readings material. ProQuest Articles The Value of New: Elementary School Facility Age and Associated Housing Price Session-effects in the Laboratory
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Lecture Notes “With my academic achievement in high school, I was accepted rather readily at Princeton and equally as fast at Yale, but my test scores were not comparable to that of my classmates. And that’s been shown by statistics, there are reasons for that.” -Sonia Sotomayor Welcome to Lesson 5 where we will spend some time defining “normal” in the science of statistics. As adults, we are all too aware that the word normal is elusive yet it continues to be a pilgrimage we are constantly trying to trek. It’s fairly safe to assume that normal is not revered
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