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How can assumptions be used to analyze the discrepancy between the two results?

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parameter and the real population parameter
B.The discrepancy between the sample mean and the sample
standard deviation
C.The discrepancy between the observed mean of one group in the
sample and the observed mean of another group in the sample
D.The discrepancy between two population parameters of
interest

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