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    State the distribution of the variate

    Question : State the central limit theorem. If X binomially distributed with the paramters n and p, what can you say about the distribution of variate Y_n = \frac{X - np}{\sqrt{npq}} as n \to \infty
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorro View Post
    Question : State the central limit theorem. [snip]
    Surely the statement is in your class notes and textbook?

    Quote Originally Posted by zorro View Post
    [snip] If X binomially distributed with the paramters n and p, what can you say about the distribution of variate Y_n = \frac{X - np}{\sqrt{npq}} as n \to \infty
    The answer is in the statement.
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    I got it now

    Quote Originally Posted by mr fantastic View Post
    Surely the statement is in your class notes and textbook?


    The answer is in the statement.

    Thanks for helping i got it now
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