High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The central limit theorem in probability theory and statistics states that under certain circumstances the sample mean, considered as a random quantity, becomes more normally distributed as the sample size is increased. The Berry–Esseen theorem, also known as the Berry–Esseen inequality, attempts to quantify the rate at which this convergence to normality takes place.
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