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Sampling Distributions

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:07
  • Parameter vs. Statistics 0:25
    • Parameter vs. Statistics
  • Sampling Distribution 2:03
    • Sampling Distribution
  • Central Limit Theorem 3:15
    • Central Limit Theorem
    • Central Limit Theorem, Cont.
  • Example I: Sampling Distribution Graph 9:20
  • Conditions (RIN) 11:12
    • Random
    • Independent
    • Normal
  • Sampling Distribution of a Sample Mean 15:19
    • Sampling Distribution of a Sample Mean
  • Example II: Calculate the Mean and SD of a Sampling Distribution 17:17
  • Sampling Distribution of a Sample Proportion 21:07
    • Sampling Distribution of a Sample Proportion
  • Example III: Mean, SD, Sample Size, and Probability of a Sampling Distribution 22:29
    • Part A: Calculate the Mean and SD of a Sampling Distribution
    • Part B: Sample Size
    • Part C: Probability
  • Example IV: Probability of a Sampling Distribution 33:40
    • Part A: Probability of a Random Selection
    • Part B: Probability of the Mean