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population mean

[‚päp·yə′lā·shən ‚mēn]
(statistics)
The average of the numbers obtained for all members in a population by measuring some quantity associated with each member.
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Key Words: Population mean, median, study variate, ratio estimators, maximum and minimum values, bias, mean square error, simple random sampling.
In the real life, the actual population mean is hardly known.
The problem in using Sample Mean Estimates (SME) is described followed by the proposed method using Population Mean Estimate.
obtained scores between 61 and 66, which ranked them on level 3, above the population mean.
On the Children's Depression Inventory, also a self-reported questionnaire with 100 as the population mean, the scores of treated boys improved more than 10 points from the mid-90s on measures of success in interpersonal relationships, with smaller gains in measurements of self-like and confidence in the future.
62, the hypothesis gave us population mean = $1100; and the standard error of the mean = (standard deviation/square root of sample size) = 84.
High broad-sense heritabilities, coupled with large differences between the population mean and best clonal lines (Table 1; Fig.
The population mean in this research would be determined by coring 100% of a given joint and computing the average bond strength from all of the specimens.
What will the advent of things like remote diagnosis, nutraceuticals, biotechnology, self-diagnosis, older people working longer, mobility issues, changes in food consumption and the greying population mean for your business?
05 when compared with the population mean of the normalized data using a two-tailed t-test.
Lower birthrates and an aging population mean that the population is likely to grow at a slower pace in the future.