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A large number of samples of size ‘n’ are selected from a population and the mean of each sample is determined. What can be said about the mean of the sample means

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  1. Many would say the distribution of the means is normal, with a sample mean of the population mean, with a standard deviation of the mean distribution equal to standard deviation of the population divided by sqrt (number samples-1)

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