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Standard Error of Mean 4.164 Suppose a random sample of measurements is selected from a population with mean and standard deviation s.

Standard Error of Mean
4.164 Suppose a random sample of measurements is selected from a population with mean μ and standard deviation s. For each of the following values of μ and s, give the values of mx and sx.

a) μ = 10, s = 3
3/ √25= 3/5= 0.6
b) μ= 100, s=25
25/√25= 25/5= 5
c) μ=20, s=40
40/√25= 40/5= 8
d) μ=10, s=100
100/√25= 100/5= 20
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