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confidence level

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(Statistics) statistics a measure of the reliability of a result. A confidence level of 95 per cent or 0.95 means that there is a probability of at least 95 per cent that the result is reliable. Compare significance4
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The student can specify any sample size and any confidence level and the system will construct and visualize the confidence interval.
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5% confidence level comes from DIRECTIVE 2009/138/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 25 November 2009, Article 101:
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1 have ideas, but no money, and my confidence level is low.