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# Sampling distributions

AP Stats: UNC (BI), UNC‑3 (EU)

AP Stats: UNC‑3 (EU), UNC‑3.H (LO), UNC‑3.H.1 (EK), UNC‑3.H.5 (EK), UNC‑3.I (LO), UNC‑3.I.1 (EK)

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Biased and unbiased estimatorsGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!

AP Stats: UNC (BI), UNC‑3 (EU), UNC‑3.K (LO), UNC‑3.K.1 (EK), UNC‑3.K.2 (EK), UNC‑3.L (LO), UNC‑3.L.1 (EK), UNC‑3.M (LO), UNC‑3.M.1 (EK)

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The normal condition for sample proportionsGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!

Mean and standard deviation of sample proportionsGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!

Finding probabilities with sample proportionsGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!

AP Stats: UNC (BI), UNC‑3 (EU), UNC‑3.H (LO), UNC‑3.H.2 (EK), UNC‑3.H.3 (EK), UNC‑3.H.5 (EK), UNC‑3.Q (LO), UNC‑3.Q.1 (EK), UNC‑3.Q.2 (EK), UNC‑3.R (LO), UNC‑3.R.1 (EK), UNC‑3.R.2 (EK), UNC‑3.S (LO), UNC‑3.S.1 (EK)

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Mean and standard deviation of sample meansGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!

Sample means and the central limit theoremGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!

Finding probabilities with sample meansGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!

### About this unit

A sampling distribution shows every possible result a statistic can take in every possible sample from a population and how often each result happens. This unit covers how sample proportions and sample means behave in repeated samples.AP® is a registered trademark of the College Board, which has not reviewed this resource.