## Consider two x distributions corresponding to the same x distribution. The first x distribution is based on samples of size n = 100 and the

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Consider two x distributions corresponding to the same x distribution. The first x distribution is based on samples of size n = 100 and the second is based on samples of size n = 225. Which x distribution has the smaller standard error? The distribution with n = 100 will have a smaller standard error. The distribution with n = 225 will have a smaller standard error. Explain your answer. Since σx = σ2/√n, dividing by the square root of 100 will result in a small standard error regardless of the value of σ2. Since σx = σ/n, dividing by 100 will result in a small standard error regardless of the value of σ. Since σx = σ/n, dividing by 225 will result in a small standard error regardless of the value of σ. Since σx = σ/√n, dividing by the square root of 100 will result in a small standard error regardless of the value of σ. Since σx = σ/√n, dividing by the square root of 225 will result in a small standard error regardless of the value of σ. Since σx = σ2/√n, dividing by the square root of 225 will result in a small standard error regardless of the value of σ2.

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