Introduction to Statistics (MAT/SST 115.03 2008S)

Class 20: Topic 16: Confidence Intervals: Proportions

Back to Topic 15: Central Limit Theorem. On to Topic 17: Tests of Significance: Proportions.

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Held: Friday, 7 March 2008

Summary: In our recent explorations of sample statistics, we have assumed that we know the population parameters. Today, we begin to explore how we think about the accuracy of our statistics as estimates of unknown population parameters. We consider the particular case of proportions.

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Back to Topic 15: Central Limit Theorem. On to Topic 17: Tests of Significance: Proportions.

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