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    Need help with homework problem...multiple choice: more than one answer can apply

    The sampling distribution of a sample mean for a random sample size of 100 describes (more than one answer can apply)...

    a) how sample means tend to vary from random sample to random sample of size 100
    b)how observations tend to vary from person to person in a random sample of size 100
    c) how the data from a sample of 100 looks like the population distribution
    d)how the standard deviation varies among random samples of size 100

    Also, how you came to that conclusion
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    Re: Need help with homework problem...multiple choice: more than one answer can apply

    Hey lakers44.

    Show us what you have tried.
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