Unformatted text preview: results from Chebyshev’s Theorem. The powerful assumption of normality allows us to more precisely pinpoint a proportion, instead of just providing a lower bound, as Chebyshev’s Theorem does. In Chapter 6 , we will use a table in Triola to see how we obtain the 68%, 95%, and 99.7% in the Empirical Rule, and we will see how to obtain percents for other cases. For example, what proportion of the values are within 1.5 SDs of the mean?...
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