Normal Approximation to the Binomial; Sampling Without Replacement

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Normal Approximation and Binomial Distribution

This module covers the empirical rule and normal approximation for data, a technique that is used in many statistical procedures. You will also learn about the binomial distribution and the basics of random variables.

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    Guenther Walther

    Professor of Statistics

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