In the conceptual idea described in Chapter 6.1, it was assumed that the mean of the sample would deviate from that of the population from which it was collected. This therefore raises the question of how “precisely” does the mean value of the sample reflect that of the population. In other words, how large is the uncertainty of the mean value, or what is the magnitude of “the error”?
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- Estimation of the Error
Prof. Dr. Friedrich-Wilhelm Wellmer
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg