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For example, if someone says with 95% confidence that the average marks of a particular class lies between 65% to 85%, then this estimate is better than the estimate if someone says with same confidence that the average marks lies between 0% to 100%. We saw for SRSWOR sampling, the sample mean Yt is unbiased for population mean with VVt) = (N~n )s;. 3) 2 y . 5) I) values are given in Table 2 of the Appendix, and df stands for degree of freedom . 05)100% = 95% confidence interval. 1. Consider a population consisting of N = 7 units, viz.

1) Chapter I : Basic concept s and math ematical notation 9 Evidently Cy is a unit free numb er. , S and kg. It is also ca lled the relative standard error (RSE) . Sometim es we also consider C y ~Sy /Y. 19 RELATIVE MEAN SQUARE ERROR The relative mean square error is defin ed as the square of the coe fficient of variation Cy and is generally written by RMSE. 1) RMSE = Cy = -=T . y Sometimes it is also denote it by rjJ2 . 2 0. 21 SAMPLE VARIANCE The sample va riance s~ is defined as S 2 y =- 1 /l ( \2 - L Yi - YJ .

1) R(O,)= MSE(O,) which is generally called quadratic loss function . 46 ADMISSIBLE ESTIMATOR Let r be a class of estimators of a population parameter function, let 0, of e. estimator (J. 1) holds for all possible values of the characteristic under study . Now an estimator belonging to r is said to be admissible in which is better than 0,. , in which only a portion and not the whole population is surveyed. 48 SAMPLING DISTRIBUTION A sampling distribution is a distribution of a statistic in all possible samples which can be chosen according to a specified sampling scheme.