10.1 Confidence Intervals for One Population Variance

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I discuss confidence intervals for a single population variance. The methods used here are based on the assumption of sampling from a normally distributed population (these methods involve the chi-square distribution). The underlying logic behind the form of the interval is discussed, and an example is then worked through.

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