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Topic: Re: Confidence Intervals %
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Bob Hayden

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Re: Confidence Intervals %
Posted: Feb 1, 1997 11:35 AM
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----- Forwarded message from Joshua Park -----

Anyway, the best way to explain a 95% confidence interval is to say
that in repeated sampling, intervals constructed by the same
procedure would include the population mean in 95% of the cases.
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Joshua Park (258) joshuap@mindspring.com
Student- Central High School Class of '99
Visit us at: http://central.netaxs.com

----- End of forwarded message from Joshua Park -----

I'm impressed! Joshua did better at formulating this than many
intro. stats. books do. This message makes me feel really proud to be
associated with AP Stats.


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