Confidence intervals for the population proportion
Sampling and estimation
Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4
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This is the final video in the statistics series and I am really rather proud of this one. It looks at what a confidence interval is. I relate the initial theory to examples from real life and results you might have already received in national exams which can have confidence intervals. Showing how confidence intervals are interpreted and calculated we move onto a number of worked examples which highlight the theory.
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