Random samples should act in a random (unpredictable) way... right? WRONG! As samples grow in size, the probability of randomly selecting samples with specific means becomes easier and easier to predict. I show how this is the logical result of the Central Limit Theorem using an easy to follow example.

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Lesson tags: ADMS 2320, ADMS 2320 Chapter 9 Lessons, ADMS 2320 Term Test 2
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