True/False: (1) The mean of a random sample equals the population mean. (2) The mean of a random sample equals the mean of the sampling distribution. I think both are true?
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Originally Posted by WartonMorton True/False: (1) The mean of a random sample equals the population mean. (2) The mean of a random sample equals the mean of the sampling distribution. I think both are true? Only one of them is true. We rarely know what the population mean is, so (1) can't be true.
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