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Shared lesson activities for Estimating Population Percentages from Normal Distributions: The Empirical Rule & Examples
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Variance of Normally Distributed Data: Lesson (Basic Probability and Statistics Concepts)
Discover more at www.ck12.org: Here you'll learn the meaning of variance and calculate the variance for ...
Empirical Rule Demonstration
A brief explanation of the Empirical Rule. Includes an example problem with a graphic demonstration of a normal distribution and standard deviations. Provides ....
Chebyshev's Theorem
Chebyshev's Theorem - In this video, I state Chebyshev's Theorem and use it in a 'real life' problem.
Using the Empirical Rule to Determine Percentiles
With a normally distributed data set, use the empirical rule to determine two different percentiles.
Part 3: The Normal Distribution and The Empirical Rule
We introduce continuous probability distributions and discuss the characteristics of the Normal Distribution. The Empirical Rule is presented in detail and with...
Sample Problem Empirical Rule
A simple example of using the Mean and Standard Deviation and the "Empirical Rule" to answer questions about the population.
Variance of Normally Distributed Data: Examples (Basic Probability and Statistics Concepts)
Discover more at www.ck12.org: Here you'll learn the meaning of variance and calculate the variance for ...
Empirical Rule
Empirical Rule states that for a normal distribution...68% of the population is within one standard deviation of the mean; 95% is within two standard deviations...
Q7 Correlation, Regression, Empirical Rule and Normal Distribution Project Maths HL 2013 Sample Paper 2
AP Statistics: Exam Prep
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