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Introduction to Statistics, 2.4

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In part 2.4 of his series on business mathematics, Professor Richard Waterman explains statistics and confidence intervals. A confidence interval is a range of feasible values for an unknown population parameter. Waterman also discusses the central limit theorem and using the confidence interval to make a decision about data.

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