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for the following data, calculate the sampling distribution parameters.
u=120, o= unknown, s= 18, n=36

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    I assume that the mean = 120, the standard deviation = 18 with a sample of 36. However, I don't know what "o" signifies.

    A population has parameters, but a sample — which you indicate this is ("sampling") — has statistics.

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