Simulation of Random Sampling is a part of the VCE Maths Methods topic Probability and Statistics. In this post, we look at how to simulate repeated random sampling and interpret the results. We look at a variety of populations and examples. The purpose of this topic is to observe the behaviour of a random sample.
How a Sample Population Behaves!
The following video looks closely at the behaviour of a sample population, and the patterns that emerge when random samples are collected.
This next video looks at the sampling distribution of X-bar and the central limit theorem using a modelling software.
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