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SAT Scores and the Central Limit Theorem

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SAT Scores and the Central Limit Theorem. Assume that SAT scores are normally distributed with a mean of 500 and a standard deviation of 100. Suppose that many samples of size n are taken from a large population of students and the mean SAT score is computer for each sample. Find the mean and standard deviation of the resulting distribution of sample means for n = 100 and for n = 400. Briefly explain why the standard deviation is different for the two values of n.

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This solution uses the mean of the sample, standard deviation, and distribution to determine sample mean and deviation for n=100 and n=400. All steps are shown and brief explanations.

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