# Say you have 50 samples, each with 15 puppies. All have been rated in regards to cuteness. You are asked by the kennel association to calculate the Standard Error of the Mean for them. They just couldn’t do it and they need it for accreditation purposes. However, they were able to tell you that the mean for one of the samples was 8.4, and it’s standard deviation was 1.3, while the range was 5. So, please calculate the Standard Error of Mean, which is:

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Say you have 50 samples, each with 15 puppies. All have been rated in regards to cuteness. You are asked by the kennel association to calculate the Standard Error of the Mean for them. They just couldn’t do it and they need it for accreditation purposes. However, they were able to tell you that the mean for one of the samples was 8.4, and it’s standard deviation was 1.3, while the range was 5. So, please calculate the Standard Error of Mean, which is:

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Given there are 50 samples with size of 15 each,

One of the sample have mean = 8.4, standard deviation = 1.3 and range = 5.

Standard error of the mean is the standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the mean. According to central limit theorem the shape of th...

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