Posted by **Mike** on Monday, July 8, 2013 at 4:25am.

How would a histogram change if we increase the number of simulations?

A. It would simply be more smooth.

B. The p-value would get smaller.

C. The standard error would get smaller.

D. The distribution would be more similar to a T-distribution.

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