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The standard error of the underlying distribution, the method of selecting the sample from which the mean is derived, the size of the sample.

The standard error increases.

the sample mean is used to derive the significance level.

The sample standard deviation (s) divided by the square root of the number of observations in the sample (n).

The sample standard error.

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The standard error of the underlying distribution, the method of selecting the sample from which the mean is derived, the size of the sample.

The standard error increases.

in order to calculate the mean of the sample's mean and also to calculate the standard deviation of the sample's

the sample mean is used to derive the significance level.

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The sample standard deviation (s) divided by the square root of the number of observations in the sample (n).

The sample standard error.

It means theres a high amount of variation between the results used to calculate the mean value for a particular sample or experiment

Decrease

standard error

For a sample of data it is a measure of the spread of the observations about their mean value.

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