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Mean & S.D. of Sampling Distribution

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A population has a mean (Ã?µ) of 615 and a standard deviation (Ã?Æ') of 90. Assume that a sampling distribution of sample means has been

Constructed, based on repeated samples of n=400 from this population.
a). what would be the value of the mean of the sampling distribution?

b. what would be the value of the standard error of the mean?

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