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Khan Academy on the Central Limit Theorem and Law of Large Numbers

One of the most exciting changes in education in recent years is the explosion of interest in making learning and lessons freely available on the Internet. Khan Academy is a non-profit organization offering many opportunities for learning almost anything you would like to learn.

Here's a video from Khan Academy about the Central Limit Theorem:

The full lesson with comments is available here.

If you would like to compare the Central Limit Theorem to the Law of Large Numbers, watch this video:

Again, the full lesson comes from here on Khan Academy.

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