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# Video Lecture for Chapter 7 with captions

Summary: This video lecture is designed as a supplement to Chapter 7 of Collaborative Statistics (col10522) by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean. In this chapter, students can expect to learn how to recognize the Central Limit Theorem problems; classify continuous word problems by their distributions, and apply and interpret the Central Limit Theorem for Averages and the Central Limit Theorem for Sums.

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This video lecture is designed as a supplement to Chapter 7 of Collaborative Statistics by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean. In this chapter, students can expect to learn how to recognize the Central Limit Theorem problems; classify continuous word problems by their distributions, and apply and interpret the Central Limit Theorem for Averages and the Central Limit Theorem for Sums.

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