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Describe the major difference between a population of scores with a mean=50, standard deviation=6, and a sample means of n=36 selected from a mean=50, standard deviation=6.

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  1. The sample statistics are estimates of the population parameters. The parameter is not an estimate, but the actual value for the population.

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