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The symbol μ¯xμx¯ represents the population mean of all possible sample means from samples of size n.

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Hey there! Thanks for posting question. However, the symbol is not clear in your posted question. Hence we considered it as *µ _{x̄}* and answered the question.

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**Mean and standard deviation of the sampling distribution of means:**

In general, the population mean of a sampling distribution of the means denoted as *µx̄*....

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