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Central limit theorem

Central limit theorem: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 1 (2016)
Central limit theorem: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 1 (2016)

Given a sampling distribution is the distribution of all possible values of a statistic for a given sample size, Joe Schmuller claculates a mean for each sample to create a set of means called the sampling distribution mean. Joe goes on to illustratethe probabiliy calculations enabled by the Central Limit Theorem. Providing an example of the Central Limit Theorem at work, Joe demonstrates the calculations of the mean, standard error, and shape of the sampling distribution.

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