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# Central Limit Theorem

## The central limit theorem states that the sampling distribution of any statistic will be normal or nearly normal, if the sample size is large enough.

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## Central Limit Theorem

This Concept introduces students to the Central Limit Theorem.
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## Sampling Distribution of the Sample Mean

Shows how to find the probability of having a certain weight or range of weights based on the distribution when you know the mean weight and standard deviation of a distribution.
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## Distribution of Sample Mean

Explores how to find the sample mean and standard deviation using the Central Limit Theorem when given information about the population mean and standard deviation.
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## Application of the Central Limit Theorem, Part 1

Looks at how to calculate the probability of finding someone with a certain shower time or above given information about the population mean and standard deviation of shower times.
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