Parameters and Statistics: Prove that is of Describe the population and the sample, respectively. Give a full and correct your answer for this question

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Parameters and Statistics: Prove that is of Describe the population and the sample, respectively. Give a full and correct your answer for this question
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Explanation: We know, parameterc are population characteristisc, which is based on all the values of population units. [e.g. μ= population mean, σ2= population variance]. On tha other hand, statistics are sample characteristics, which depends only on the sample values [ e.g. x= sample mean, S2= sample variance]. So, the correct answer is:- Parametric statistic: Describe the population and the sample, respectively
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