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Week 8 Summary......
Instructor
Jeremy Jackson
|  Jan 4, 2018
Location:
NW 3431
|     New Westminster
Albert Einstein: "Great spirits have always encountered opposition from mediocre minds"

Sampling Distributions

Populations and samples

Random samples

What is a sampling distribution? How is it different from a sample distribution?

Sampling distribution of the number of heads when a fair coin is flipped twice and 3 times.

Sampling distribution of the lowest number when samples of size 2 are drawn from your population bag.

Other sampling distributions

 

Sampling Distributions of the Mean

What are they?

Sampling distribution of the mean for samples of size 2 and 10 drawn from your population bag

NUMBER OF SAMPLES VS SAMPLE SIZE! THEY ARE NOT THE SAME THING.

The Central Limit Theorem

Theoretical distributions and sampling distributions

What do we use sampling distributions of the mean for?

 

 

 
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