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#### Catherine Palmer1 year, 10 months ago

Created this as a copy of Practise using the Normal Distribution Tables.
Calculate probabilities from a normal distribution and use inverse tables draft Catherine Palmer 02/10/2018 09:20
Practise using the Normal Distribution Tables draft Catherine Palmer 27/01/2020 18:01
Inverse Normal Distribution (flour or Coke) draft Catherine Palmer 03/10/2018 12:24
Inverse Normal Distribution (study time or baby weight) draft Catherine Palmer 03/10/2018 13:29
Assessment a) Practise using the Normal Distribution Tables draft Catherine Palmer 27/01/2020 18:00
Practise using the t-Distribution Tables draft Catherine Palmer 27/02/2020 16:16
Calculate confidence interval for the mean, sample variance n>30 draft Catherine Palmer 04/11/2018 18:56
Calculate confidence interval for the proportion draft Catherine Palmer 11/11/2018 22:27
Assessment: calculate confidence interval for the proportion draft Catherine Palmer 11/11/2018 22:30
MATH6059 Practice using the t-Distribution Tables draft Catherine Palmer 23/04/2019 23:01
Michael's copy of Practice using the Normal Distribution Tables draft Michael Proudman 19/11/2018 12:23
Z-scores draft Mario Orsi 03/10/2019 13:39
Calculate probabilities from a normal distribution and use inverse tables - blood sample draft Catherine Palmer 19/03/2020 22:38
Practise using the chi-square table draft Catherine Palmer 12/02/2020 21:54
Calculate confidence interval for the mean, standard deviation unknown adaptive marking draft Catherine Palmer 18/02/2020 21:18
Calculate confidence interval for the mean, standard deviation unknown draft Catherine Palmer 18/02/2020 21:35
Calculate confidence interval for the proportion Diagnostic Kit draft Catherine Palmer 25/03/2020 20:00
Calculate confidence interval for the proportion Diagnostic Kit adaptive marking draft Catherine Palmer 19/02/2020 21:25
Practise using the chi-squared-Distribution Tables draft Catherine Palmer 20/02/2020 21:19
Practise using the Normal Distribution Tables Ready to use Anne-Sophie Kaloghiros 23/03/2020 17:10
Inverse Normal Distribution (study time or baby weight) draft Anne-Sophie Kaloghiros 23/03/2020 16:36

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