Excel 2010 Statistics 73: Introduction To Confidence Intervals

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Compare and contrast:Chapter 7:1. Where we KNOW Population Mean, Mew.2. We calculate Point Estimate, Sample Mean, and compared it to the Sampling Distribution of Sample Mean (X bar).3. Make statements like: "We are 95% sure that the sample mean, Xbar, lies between 798 and 846."Chaoter 8:1. Where we DO NOT KNOW Population Mean, Mew.2. We calculate Confidence Intervals with a Margin of Error on either side of the Sample Mean3. Make statements like: "We are 95% sure that the population mean, Mew, mean lies in our Confidence Interval."This is for the Highline Community College Busn 210 Statistical Analysis for Business and Economics taught by Michael Girvin

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