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Assume a population of any 4 numbers(suppose: 4,8,15,19). Select a random sample of size 2 with replacement from the population. List all the possible samples and their corresponding values of x̄ “x-bar” and then find the probability distribution of “X-bar”
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The distribution of X and the sampling distribution of X-bar

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