Explain whether the central limit theorem can be applied and assert that the sampling distributions of A and Bare approximately normal, if the sample sizes of A and Bare large.

Kyran Hudson 2021-03-01 Answered
Explain whether the central limit theorem can be applied and assert that the sampling distributions of A and Bare approximately normal, if the sample sizes of A and Bare large.
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Answered 2021-03-02 Author has 99 answers
In general, the central limit theorem applies only to the sample mean.
In this case, A and Bare not sample means. Thus, the central limit theorem cannot be applied.
Therefore, people cannot assert that the sampling distributions of A and Bare approximately normal, if the sample sizes of A and Bare large.
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