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A safe estimate is always rounded up to be "safe" (i.e. Estimating the total miles of a trip with a 22 mile leg and a 34 mile leg would be done using 25 and 35). An ordinary estimate is just rounding to the nearest whole digit to estimate (i.e. Estimating the total miles of a trip with a 22 mile leg and a 34 mile leg would be done using 20 and 35).

An open interval centered about the point estimate, .

No. The average of a dataset is the point estimate for the mean of the population.

the larger you r sample size the better your estimate. imagine take the height of person to estimate the average high of an adult male. would one person's height be a good estimate, or would taking the average height of 100, or 5000 adult males will produce a better estimate?

A point estimate of a population parameter is a single value of a statistic. For example, the sample mean x is a point estimate of the population mean μ. Similarly, the sample proportion p is a point estimate of the population proportion P.

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A safe estimate is always rounded up to be "safe" (i.e. Estimating the total miles of a trip with a 22 mile leg and a 34 mile leg would be done using 25 and 35). An ordinary estimate is just rounding to the nearest whole digit to estimate (i.e. Estimating the total miles of a trip with a 22 mile leg and a 34 mile leg would be done using 20 and 35).

find and estimate what the fossils from them send it away to a museum to keep it safe

find and estimate what the fossils from them send it away to a museum to keep it safe

There are many. I think a safe estimate would at least be over 10 ;)

It is a lot easier to count seconds than to estimate distance.

There is no uneversal answer to this - it varies by jurisdiction and local law - a good safe estimate is at least 25 feet.

Depends how much you shoot. 1000 is a safe estimate.

Weight varies depending on breast tissue, but 5lbs each is a safe estimate.

There is no universal answer to this - it varies by jurisldiction and local law. A good safe estimate is at least 15 feet either side of it.

I can't tell you exactly without knowing more about it but for a ballpark estimate, it would be safe to say somewhere between $1,500 and $,3000

Safe Auto insurance does provide a free auto insurance quote but note that the quote is only an estimate and not the actuall amount you may pay. Circumstances such as previous accident records and or age may effect how accurate the quote is.

It is usually between 1 and a half hours to an hour and forty-five minutes, although airlines will give you an estimate of 2 hours to be safe.

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