Exer. 912: Use the remainder theorem to find f(c)

Lecture 8: Inference about Population Mean Adjust our simple conditions: SRS Normal population distribution unknown σ Standard Error of the Statistic: When the standard deviation of a statistic is estimated from data. S The standard error of the sample mean x is √ n . X−μ 0 With the standard error, instead of computing a onesample z statistic σ/√ n X−μ t= 0 We can compute a onesample t statistic: S/√n Suppose we have an SRS of size n from a large population with Normal distribution N(µ,σ). The onesample t statistic has the t distribu