so0perspam wrote: gostanford07 wrote: so0perspam wrote:
The sample space is a list of all the possible outcomes of a SRS or experiement.
Gracias, I'll remember for next time. Buuut, since you so kindly corrected me, I guess it's my turn. Kinda picky, but I think it should be an
SRS since sounded out, it would be Ess-Are-Ess, constituting "an". I told you it was picky...
Wrong again. SRS = simple random sample.
Right, but since you used the acronym "SRS", it is pronounces as "Ess-Are-Ess', warranting an 'an'. Had you written out the full 'simple random space', an 'a' would have sufficed. However, someone reading your post would have sounded out the SRS, thus making 'a' incorrect. But at this point, we're just getting trivial