It’s probably (sorry) not an exaggeration (or, at least, not much of one) to say that the central limit theorem is the single most important theorem in probability theory. It’s so important that it has its own abbreviation: CLT. (Clever, eh?) In a nutshell, the CLT says that if you add up a bunch of […]
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