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A continuity correction factor is used when [...] ; when you use a [...] distribution table to approximate a [...] , you’re going to have to use a continuity correction factor.
 P (X = n) X is exactly n P (n – .5 < X < n + .5) P (X > n) X is greater than n P(X > n + .5) P (X ≥ n) X is greater than or equal to n [...] P (X ≤ n) X is less than or equal to n [...] P (X < n) X is less than n P(X < n – .5)
1. you use a continuous function to approximate a discrete one
2. normal
3. binomial
4. P(X > n – .5)
5. P(X < n + .5)

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A continuity correction factor is used when [...] ; when you use a [...] distribution table to approximate a [...] , you’re going to have to use a continuity correction factor.
 P (X = n) X is exactly n P (n – .5 < X < n + .5) P (X > n) X is greater than n P(X > n + .5) P (X ≥ n) X is greater than or equal to n [...] P (X ≤ n) X is less than or equal to n [...] P (X < n) X is less than n P(X < n – .5)
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A continuity correction factor is used when [...] ; when you use a [...] distribution table to approximate a [...] , you’re going to have to use a continuity correction factor.
 P (X = n) X is exactly n P (n – .5 < X < n + .5) P (X > n) X is greater than n P(X > n + .5) P (X ≥ n) X is greater than or equal to n [...] P (X ≤ n) X is less than or equal to n [...] P (X < n) X is less than n P(X < n – .5)
1. you use a continuous function to approximate a discrete one
2. normal
3. binomial
4. P(X > n – .5)
5. P(X < n + .5)
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