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If the standard deviation of a sample is 4.3 for 28 data values, what would the standard deviation be fore the population from which the sample was drawn?

  • Statistics - ,

    The standard deviation for a distribution of means is called the Standard Error of the mean (SEm).

    SEm = SD/√n

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