# Ch 8: TECEP Principles of Statistics: Population, Samples & Probability

Watch the videos in this chapter to study population, samples and probability in statistics. The lessons help you prepare you for the types of probability questions you'll find on the TECEP Principles of Statistics exam.

## TECEP Principles of Statistics: Population, Samples & Probability - Chapter Summary

This study guide resource helps you solve statistics problems related to probability, population and samples in preparation for the TECEP Principles of Statistics exam. These video lessons and quizzes help you practice the following skills:

• Defining random sampling
• Understanding stratified random samples
• Determining sample size
• Finding the mean and standard error of a sampling distribution
• Identifying types of probability sampling methods
• Making sense of sampling distributions and the central limit theorem
• Using the central limit theorem to find probabilities about means
• Explaining the law of large numbers

These lessons efficiently break down the definitions, methods and theorems related to population, samples and probability topics. You can take the self-assessment quizzes to help you practice the concepts you've learned and strengthen your abilities to answer population, samples and probability problems on the test itself.

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