Mean of the sample

Mean of the sample

The arithmetic average; that is, the sum of the observations divided by the number of observations.
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Particularly, the recent Monte Carlo simulations supporting these claims [27-33] are based on a misunderstood role of the mean of the sample parameters.
If the mean of the sample constructs after transferring the linguistic value to representative value, the calculation would be easier.
Sites 1,4&6 Sites 2,3&5 Sites 1,4&6 Variable Inside Outside Total Chlorides Number of paired samples 77 Mean of the sample logs 4.04 3.96(*) t=4.05 Antilogarithm of the mean of sample logs 10965 9120 * p|is less than~.05
(N) 50 50 50 50 50 50 A-60% 46% 40% 28% B-35% 46% 70% 48% 44% 68% C-0% 7% 30% 6% 56% 4% * This is the mean of the sample as a whole.
The third, referred to as the "Biased Mean," was the mean of the sample of patient ratings that resulted from differentially sampling patients as described above, where the most satisfied patients had a greater probability of being included.
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