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How Much Search Is Enough?

by Jet Yee (Economic Research Service, Washington, DC)

This article originally appeared in:
Mathematics Magazine
December, 1994

Subject classification(s): Statistics and Probability
Applicable Course(s): 7.0 Upper Level Statistics

This article demonstrates how to use statistical inferences to solve a real life problem, e.g., finding the lowest price for a certain product.

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