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Sunday, May 8, 2011
Finite Population
Use the Finite Population Multiplier to find the Standard Error.
se=se((sqrt)(Nn)/(N1))
N=310
n=100
Mean=76.5
S=22
1 comment:
JAKELARIOZA
May 8, 2011 at 7:31 PM
Se=(s/(sqrt)n)
Se=22/sqrt(10)
Se=2.2
Se=2.2((sqrt)(310100)/(309)
Se=1.8128
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Se=(s/(sqrt)n)
ReplyDeleteSe=22/sqrt(10)
Se=2.2
Se=2.2((sqrt)(310100)/(309)
Se=1.8128