Explain the statement ‘The main priority with sampling distributions is to get across the idea that estimates and other statistics change every time we do a new study’.

Chesley 2020-10-28 Answered
Explain the statement ‘The main priority with sampling distributions is to get across the idea that estimates and other statistics change every time we do a new study’.
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Answered 2020-10-29 Author has 82 answers
Justification: The sampling distribution would change when different samples are taken from the population. The sample statistics would not be equal or approximately estimate the population parameters always. Also, these values would change when a different or new population is taken.
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