Why is the Standard Error Equal to Sigma Divided by the Square Root of n?

Why is the Standard Error Equal to Sigma Divided by the Square Root of n? Photo by Ken Treloar on Unsplash Every time I teach the Central Limit Theorem, I get questions from students on why we divide the population standard deviation, sigma, by the square root of the sample size to calculate the standard …

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