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schmidtdancer

  • one year ago

Now what are the conditions for using the normal approximation for a sampling distribution of means?

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    not into stats...

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    oh ok

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    @hba ?

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    Random sampling?

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    Whenever you are sampling it should be random because that is the best way to sample.

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