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A sample of n-25 students is selected from a population with mu =100 with standard deviation of 20. On average, how much error would be expected between the sample mean and the population mean? A. 25 pts. B. 20 pts. C 4 pts. D 0.8 pts.

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  1. Take standard deviation and divide by the square root of the sample size.

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