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Suppose you took one sample, say, of n individuals, and worked out an

of the population average and standard deviations from that; and then took

another similar sample, and another, and another, and worked out

...

Suppose you took one sample, say, of n individuals, and worked out an

**estimate**of the population average and standard deviations from that; and then took

another similar sample, and another, and another, and worked out

**estimates**from...

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Of course,

place' in this respect, because they should ... As a very rough rule of thumb, one

can say that if we are presented with two

...

Of course,

**estimates**which are definitely based on samples should be easier to 'place' in this respect, because they should ... As a very rough rule of thumb, one

can say that if we are presented with two

**estimates**of something, each with their...

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Then one has to try to put into the model quantitative

interactions between the factors; for instance what effect has pollution on

population? These interaction effects ('multipliers' in the system-builder's jargon)

at ...

Then one has to try to put into the model quantitative

**estimates**of the strengths ofinteractions between the factors; for instance what effect has pollution on

population? These interaction effects ('multipliers' in the system-builder's jargon)

at ...

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