The Lone Magician Report post Posted December 6, 2007 Can anybody help me understand Central Limit Theorem? I don't really understand how to apply it to things. Share this post Link to post

Anime Gee Report post Posted December 7, 2007 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^)/ Share this post Link to post

The Lone Magician Report post Posted December 7, 2007 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. Share this post Link to post

Siendra Report post Posted December 12, 2007 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. Share this post Link to post