When understood and applied appropriately, mathematics is both beautiful and powerful. As a result, students are sometimes tempted to extend that power beyond appropriate limits. In teaching statistics at both the high school and college level, I have found that one of students' biggest struggles is applying their understanding of probability to make appropriate inferences.
James R. Kett
The author uses Autograph, a powerful software program, to illustrate sampling distributions and to demonstrate the central limit theorem.
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