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Which one of the following tenets is not correct in the context of Central Limit Theorem ? (2 marks)
If a population from which a sample is drawn is normally distributed the sampling distribution of mean (SDM) will be normal for all sample sizes.
The mean of the SDM is the population mean.
If the population is not normal from which the sample is drawn, the SDM is not normal for any sample size.
If the population is not normal from which a sample is drawn, the SDM approaches normality as the sample size increases.
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