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Sample vs. Population

A sample is any collection of observations from an experiment. The population is the collection of all possible results from an experiment. You can think of the samples as a list of events from the sample space. Mathematically, a sample S=[E1,,En]TS=\left[E_1,\dots,E_n\right]^T is an element of Ωn\Omega^n. If repeated trials in the sample space Ω\Omega can be modeled by a sequence of
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