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For point estimate of the mean is that just your standard sample mean?

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  1. anonymous
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    Yes. "Point estimate of the mean" just means that you're coming up with a single number as your estimate of the mean. This is as opposed to an "Interval estimate of the mean" where you come up with some interval (a,b), and say that the mean is probably between a and b.

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