Dealing with the fear of being a boring teacher.

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Things My Wife and I Talk About: Margin of Error

Beautiful Wife: Shawn, on, our baby name poll has:

  • 6 votes for “Coney Atoll”
  • 5 votes for “Viper McStab”
  • 8 votes for “Rambo Brite”
  • 9 votes for “Dinosaurus Rex”

Shawn: So, the error on those are something like ± 20% (I was being nice, 95% confidence @ 1/sqrt(n))

BWife: … What?

Shawn: Well, you’re only getting a sample of the total community, so like, there’s an error because those 28 people only sort of know what the whole group might actually think about our names.

BWife: So you don’t want to talk about this then.

Shawn: … I thought I was helping.

Also from great moments in Cornally-marriage history, the papoose lesson is happening this week in my calculus course.


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3 thoughts on “Things My Wife and I Talk About: Margin of Error
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  • Melanie Clark says:

    Another vote for Viper McStab. -Steve Clark

  • Jim P says:

    haha! I’ve definitely had a conversation like this with my wife before — but not on the same topic (although it might pop up in the future). I haven’t turned many of those conversations into lesson yet… but excellent idea. I’ll have to start keeping track.