Does Someone Know, A Margin Of Error Definition? Anyone?

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I have to know what a margin of error is or margin of error definition. Does anyone know how I can get the information that I need? Please.

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Does Someone Know, A Margin Of Error Definition? Anyone?

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Hello, the answer to your problem is very simple. Just go below.

The margin of error means, the maximum possible expected difference between the original value of anything and a sample estimate of the same parameter. For any margin of error to be significant, it should be accompanied by the confidence statement.

For an instance, if we say that the grains in the market are 90% pure with the margin of error +5% and the confidence level of 95% then, it can be said that the assurance level is 95% and all the grains would fall under this category most of the times.

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Does Someone Know, A Margin Of Error Definition? Anyone?

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The so called “margin of error” is an interval estimate. It is a statistic or a figure expressing the amount of random sampling error in the result of a survey. It is a pair of percentages surrounding a guess regarding some attribute of the full population based on a random sample from that population.

The bigger the margin of error, the lesser confidence one should have that the poll’s reported results are near the real figures. This “margin of error” is frequently used in non-survey contexts to specify observational error in reporting measured quantities. It is normally defined as the “radius” or half the width of a confidence interval for a specific statistic from a survey.

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