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Quantitative Methods
Course
QMS 202
Professor
Clare Chua
Semester
Winter

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QMS202 Chapter Notes Chapter 10- Confidence Interval Estimation • Deductive reasoning- conclusions based on the combination of information that is true in general (pop. Distribution) with information that is specific (Sample means) • Inductive reasoning- using some specifics to make broader conclusions. • Point estimate- the value of a single sample statistic • Confidence interval estimate- range of numbers (interval) constructed around the point estimate o Constructed such that the population parameter is located somewhere where within the interval is know
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