Polly Yurathane, our intrepid quality technician, is amazed to see her formerly binomial distribution suddenly become a trinomial distribution, and has tried to come up with an explanation for her boss.
Polly comes to the conclusion that taking many samples of the size two (n=2) and averaging these samples can cause four things:
The sample could contain two values from the left side of that population (L/L)
The first value of the sample of two could come from the left side, and the second from the right (L/R)
The first value of the sample could come from the right side and the second from the left (R/L).
Both values could be from the right side (R/R).
Is this analysis correct?
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