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## Main Question or Discussion Point

when we calculate a value, say

@95%

we get 9.99+- .002

this value is describing a parameter of the true population right?

it is not saying 95% of the time we get samples, it will fall in this range correct?

We never infer anything about statistics, only parameters of populations right?

I'm pretty sure that is correct, I just came across something that interprets this differently.

@95%

we get 9.99+- .002

this value is describing a parameter of the true population right?

it is not saying 95% of the time we get samples, it will fall in this range correct?

We never infer anything about statistics, only parameters of populations right?

I'm pretty sure that is correct, I just came across something that interprets this differently.