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The Difference Between "Probable Limits" and "Confidence Limits" Is That

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The difference between "probable limits" and "confidence limits" is that the probable limits

A) focus on estimating where a particular score is likely to lie using a known population mean.
B) estimate the kinds of means that we expect.
C) try to set limits that have a .95 probability of containing the population mean.
D) There is no difference.

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