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cЭAverages of samples of size 1.uBFormula(Local({j}, Summation(j = 1, 1, Random Uniform() ^ 4)) / 1)'Notes("Averages of samples of size 1.")џџџџ cN=5
cЭAverages of samples of size 5.uBFormula(Local({j}, Summation(j = 1, 5, Random Uniform() ^ 4)) / 5)'Notes("Averages of samples of size 5.")џџџџ cN=10
cбAverages of samples of size 10.xDFormula(Local({j}, Summation(j = 1, 10, Random Uniform() ^ 4)) / 10)(Notes("Averages of samples of size 10.")џџџџ cN=50
cбAverages of samples of size 50.xDFormula(Local({j}, Summation(j = 1, 50, Random Uniform() ^ 4)) / 50)(Notes("Averages of samples of size 50.")џџџџ cN=100
cе Averages of samples of size 100.{FFormula(Local({j}, Summation(j = 1, 100, Random Uniform() ^ 4)) / 100))Notes("Averages of samples of size 100.")џџџџ c