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5. Normal Distribution
(1) BIOSTATS 540 2015, (2) additional reading, (3) illustrative applets, (4) calculators (5) computer illustrations.
(1) BIOSTATS 540  2015 

Lecture Notes 2015 Unit 5. The Normal Distribution 
Posted 10/18/2015 (pdf, 26 pp) 
Carnegie Mellon OLI Course, Statistical Reasoning:
Unit 3, Module 7: Sampling Distributions. 
Click on Enter course here (html) 
University of Florida Biostatistics Open Learning Textbook
After clicking on HOMEPAGE at right, under 6050 & 6052
Unit 3B, Sampling Distributions 
Click here for homepage (html)

Homework #7 due Monday October 26, 2015 
Questions (pdf, 1 pp) 
Solutions to Homework #7 
Solutions (pdf, 6 pp) 
Homework #8 due Monday November 2, 2015 
Questions (pdf, 1 pp) 
Solutions to Homework #8 
Solutions (pdf, 10 pp) 
Practice Quiz 

Practice Quiz SOLUTIONS 
(pdf, 3 pp) 
A Few Word Problems with Solutions 
(pdf, 9 pp) 


(Source: Alka Indurkhya & Carol Bigelow)  In Class Practice (pdf) 

(2) Additional Readings and Videos 

VIDEO (Source: i09.com)  The Central Limit Theorem Explained with Bunnies and Dragons 
(video, 3:39) 
VIDEO (Source: jbstatistics.com)  Introduction to the Normal Distribution 
(video, 5:26) 
VIDEO (Source: Khan Academy)  The Central Limit Theorem 
(video, 9:48) 
(Source: University of Sussex)  Introduction to the Normal Distribution 
(pdf, 29 slides) 
(Source: Pearson Education 2012)  Normal Probability Distributions 
(pdf, 105 slides) 
(Source: David Lane, Connexions)  History of Normal Distribution

(html) 
(Source: Wadsworth Cengage Learning)  Z Scores

(html) 
(Source: Stat Trel AP Statistics Tutorial) Normal Distribution 
(html) 
(Source: Wadsworth Cengage Learning) Central Limit Theorem 
(html) 
(Source: Open Intro Lecture by Mine CetinkayaRundel)  Normal Distribution 
(pdf, 28 slides) 
(Source: British Medical Journal Statistics Notes Series by Douglas Altman and Martin Bland)  Normal Distribution 
(html) 


(3) Illustrative Applets 

(Source: Texas A&M) Applet for Understanding the Correspondance of X and ZScores 
(html) 
(Source: University of South Carolina) Applet for Understanding the Central Limit Theorem 
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(4) Calculators 

(Source: David Lane, HyperStat Online) Calculator for probabilities and quantiles

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(5) Computer Illustrations 











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