Statistics
posted by Mike .
How would a histogram change if we increase the number of simulations?
A. It would simply be more smooth.
B. The pvalue would get smaller.
C. The standard error would get smaller.
D. The distribution would be more similar to a Tdistribution.

I don't know how you define "simulations." If it is the number of intervals, A would be the answer.
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