## A bigger hoop is better: why confidence intervals get wider as the confidence increases

Joe, I think you are understanding confidence intervals, but I am not sure I am understanding your comments. So, let me restate them a bit. A 95% confidence interval means that if you repeat exactly the same process/experiment many times, 95% of the time the population parameter, e.g. the mean, will fall within that interval. …

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