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Confidence Intervals

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:07
  • Why Calculate a Confidence Interval? 0:28
    • Using a Statistic to Estimate a Parameter
  • What is a Confidence Interval? 1:24
    • Confidence Interval
  • General math Behind a Confidence Interval 2:51
    • Point Estimate
    • Critical Value
  • Z-Table 6:06
    • Z-Table
  • T-Table 7:07
    • T-Table
  • General math Behind a Confidence Interval 7:50
    • Point Estimate
    • Critical Value: Mean & Proportion
    • Standard Error: Mean & Proportion
    • Calculating Using Your Calculator
  • Steps to Calculating a Confidence Interval 12:09
    • Step 1: Read
    • Step 2: Check Your Conditions
    • Step 3: Calculate
    • Step 4: Interpret
  • Example I: Confidence Interval 16:29
  • Example II: Confidence Interval 29:57
  • Example III: Confidence Interval 42:31