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Central Limit Theorem

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You taking physics, statistics, sequentials, engineering, or something? I remember covering that in one of my classes for a bit, but I kinda forgot. Basically it takes all averages & when computed together, you kinda get an average that would be like a central average or normal, if you will. It will be used for quality control charts & shit like that where you'll find an average. What I'm explaining probably doesn't make sense to you.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_limit_theorem

That should help you out a bit. OK! ( ^o^)/

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I'm in AP Stats and Probability. What I've found with this class is that whenever I think I'm doing it right, I'm doing it wrong. Unfortunately, it doesn't work in reverse, or I'd ace the class.

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It's been awhile, but isn't it used to find the standard deviation (in relation to mean) when comparing multiple groups of samples? I remember something about it from a couple years back.

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