Confidence Intervals for Mean (when sigma is NOT known)
Confidence Intervals of Means -- Sigma NOT Known
This video covers the type of confidence interval problem where they give you the stats of the sample -- mean and standard deviation -- but you do NOT know sigma (standard deviation of the population), so you have to use the Student t-distribution to calculate your margin of error and confidence interval.
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