# Sampling distribution example problem | Probability and Statistics | Khan Academy

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can we not use empirical rule here?

Why do you divide 110 by 50? 🙂

why is it sample? isnt it populatioN?

your voice…. so annoying gosh I<m glad I don<t have you as a teacher. Nevertheless, thank you for the explanations

oh my god talk too much, confuse the topic..sorry

such a smart but indecisive man lol

My Stats lecturer always got me bored and couldn't understand a thing, I skipped 9 statistics lectures this semester, now that I'm looking at vids from khan academy, stats is pretty fun… its just the matter of teachers we get

THAT CALCULATOR THOOO

So using the sample mean of the sample distribution is only necessary if you don't get a normal distribution?

again another math problem I barely understand to pass a math test and never use this in life.

How does a distribution of values differ from a sampling distribution?

i feel i finally got it

fighter jet!!!

also this was very helpful