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# In the population, a parameter has a value of 10. Based on the means and standard errors of their sampling distributions, which of these statistics estimates this parameter with the least sampling variability? Mean = 10, SE = 5 Mean = 9, SE = 4 Mean = 11, SE = 2 Mean = 13, SE = 3

Sampling distributions
In the population, a parameter has a value of 10. Based on the means and standard errors of their sampling distributions, which of these statistics estimates this parameter with the least sampling variability?
$$Mean = 10,\ SE = 5$$
$$Mean = 9,\ SE = 4$$
$$Mean = 11,\ SE = 2$$
$$Mean = 13,\ SE = 3$$

Therefore, the correct answer is "Option C. $$Mean=11,\ SE=2$$".