Calculating Confidence Intervals, Levels & Coefficients


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Which of the following is a confidence coefficient?

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1. Which of the following can be used to calculate the confidence level?

2. The number added to or subtracted from the point estimate is known as the:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Your knowledge of confidence intervals will be checked in this combination of a quiz and worksheet. You will be asked about different values determined from point estimates and confidence levels.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will test you on the concepts listed below:

  • Confidence coefficients
  • Calculating confidence levels
  • Adding and subtracting from point estimates
  • Common confidence levels

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can properly describe the term for adding to a point estimate
  • Making connections - understand the concept of a confidence level and what the most common levels are
  • Information recall - access what you have learned about confidence coefficients

Additional Learning

To see more topics, look at the Calculating Confidence Intervals, Levels & Coefficients lesson. With this lesson, you can study the following:

  • Real-world examples of confidence intervals
  • How to draw point estimates
  • Interval estimation
  • How to represent confidence intervals