Section 6 part b
Confidence intervals for a proportion
Textbook page 302 - 304
So what do we know?
We know that by the Central Limit Theorem,
as n, the distribution of the sample mean
becomes Normal,
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Section 6
Introduction to Estimation
Chapter 8 of text
The Central Limit Theorem
As n, the distribution of the sample mean
becomes Normal, with centre and standard
deviation /n.
This happens
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Section 3
Probability and
Discrete Random Variables
(See Chapters 4 and 5 of text)
Terminology
A random experiment is a process that results
in a number of possible outcomes, none of
which ca
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Section 1
Data collection
Chapter 1 of text
What is Statistics?
a way to get information from data
A framework for dealing with variability
A way to make decisions under uncertainty
Statistic
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Section 4
Continuous Probability Distributions
Some of the material in this section is
discussed in Chapter 6 in text
Discrete vs Continuous Data
Remember: discrete data has a countable
numbe
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Stat1003 Assignment 1
Part A: EVOC Study
1. Identify the explanatory and response variables, and explain your reasoning.
The explanatory variable in this study would be the gen