Can someone please give me a hint as to what I am supposed to be looking for here? I have searched my textbook front to back and the internet and am so confused. Please help! Thanks!
State the main points of the Central Limit Theorem for a mean.
Can someone please give me a hint as to what I am supposed to be looking for here? I have searched my textbook front to back and the internet and am so confused. Please help! Thanks!
State the main points of the Central Limit Theorem for a mean.
One conclusion of the Central Limit Theorem is that if , , ..... are independent and identically distributed random variables with and both finite, then is asymptotically normal with mean (and variance ).
One conclusion of the Central Limit Theorem is that if , , ..... are independent and identically distributed random variables with and both finite, then is asymptotically normal with mean (and variance ).
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Can someone please give me a hint as to what I am supposed to be looking for here? I have searched my textbook front to back and the internet and am so confused. Please help! Thanks!
State the main points of the Central Limit Theorem for a mean.
What Mr F writes is the gist of the very first hit by Google for the search string "central limit theorem for mean".