0

# What does an increase in the standard of living of the population mean?

Updated: 11/9/2022

Wiki User

11y ago

i guess more water is required or somethin.

Wiki User

11y ago

Earn +20 pts
Q: What does an increase in the standard of living of the population mean?
Submit
Still have questions?
Related questions

### What does an increase in the standard of the living population mean?

i guess more water is required or somethin.

### What does urbanizaton mean?

An increase in the proportion of the population living in towns.

### Density is a term that means a rapid increase in population size?

No. Density does not mean there has been a rapid increase in population. It means there are a large number of people living in a small geographic area, as in "New York City has a dense population."

### What is standard deviation of the mean?

If repeated samples are taken from a population, then they will not have the same mean each time. The mean itself will have some distribution. This will have the same mean as the population mean and the standard deviation of this statistic is the standard deviation of the mean.

### When we know the population mean but not the population standard deviation which statistic do we use to compare a sample to the population?

The sample standard error.

none

Yes.

### A country standard of living may decline?

well, if you mean: "Can a country's standard of living decline?" then in answer to that question i would say yes, a country's standard of living can decline, anything can get worse no matter what it is

### What is the estimd population mean of sample 36 mean weight 3.01 standard diviation 03?

The answer will depend on the population mean of what variable? Height?, length or is it simply weight. If it is weight, the estimated (not estimd) population mean is 3.01 units: the same as the sample mean. The standard deviation (not diviation) is irrelevant.The answer will depend on the population mean of what variable? Height?, length or is it simply weight. If it is weight, the estimated (not estimd) population mean is 3.01 units: the same as the sample mean. The standard deviation (not diviation) is irrelevant.The answer will depend on the population mean of what variable? Height?, length or is it simply weight. If it is weight, the estimated (not estimd) population mean is 3.01 units: the same as the sample mean. The standard deviation (not diviation) is irrelevant.The answer will depend on the population mean of what variable? Height?, length or is it simply weight. If it is weight, the estimated (not estimd) population mean is 3.01 units: the same as the sample mean. The standard deviation (not diviation) is irrelevant.

### What is a population standard deviation?

The true / real standard deviation ("the mean deviation from the mean so to say") which is present in the population (everyone / everything you want to describe when you draw conclusions)

### The standard error of the mean is the standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the sample mean?

a large number of samples of size 50 were selected at random from a normal population with mean and variance.The mean and standard error of the sampling distribution of the sample mean were obtain 2500 and 4 respectivly.Find the mean and varince of the population?

### In statistics what shows how far away a measurement is from the mean or average of the set?

The "z-score" is derived by subtracting the population mean from the measurement and dividing by the population standard deviation. It measures how many standard deviations the measurement is above or below the mean. If the population mean and standard deviation are unknown the "t-distribution" can be used instead using the sample mean and sample deviation.