Central Limit
Theorem |
Distribution of sample means approaches a normal probability distribution as sample size increases, regardless of the shape of the population from which items are sampled. A sample size of 30 is often regarded as sufficient to employ the central limit theorem |
Identity Matrix |
is the matrix I for which the equation holds I*X
= X, no matter what value X takes |
Reductionist
Thinking |
Nature can be first disassembled
and then again re-assembled into its initial state - like a watch
can be |