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If samples of a fixed size N are drawn randomly and with replacement from the same population of scores, should we expect the sample means to differ across samples? why or why not?

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If samples of a fixed size N are drawn randomly and with replacement from the same population of scores,  the sample means will differ across samples because samples are drawn randomly. Each of these samples will ...

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