Distribution of sample distribution or sampling means , Mathematics

Distribution of Sample distribution or Sampling means

A sample of size n is taken from the parent population and mean of the sample is estimated. It is repeated for a number of samples hence we have a distribution of sample means, that approaches a normal distribution.

 

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