# Law of Large Numbers

##### This IDM science simulation tool is a mathematical tool to explain the law of large numbers, which has a very central role in probability and statistics. It indicates a bigger sample will represent a population mean, while the central tendency theorem states a bigger sample will represent a population's distribution. However, in sampling for statistical surveys, it also shows that if you have an average generated from a large sample, it is hard to change the average by adding or removing cases, which will reduce the chances of bias in repeated experiments and tolerate sampling errors .
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Age: This simulation will show what will happen to the average age of a population with original average age 36.81 if we added between 0 to 1000 new cases all of which are 21 years old
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Height: This simulation will show what will happen to the average Height of a population with original average Height 165.52 CM if we added between 0 to 1000 new cases all of which are 177 CM
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Gender: This simulation will show what will happen to the proportions of a population with original proportion of Female 50.13% if we added between 0 to 1000 new cases all of which are Female
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DepressionRisk: This simulation will show what will happen to the proportions of a population with original proportion of Depression Risk 12.73% if we added between 0 to 1000 new cases all of which are having Depression Risk
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Obesity: This simulation will show what will happen to the proportions of a population with original proportion of Obesity 22.09% if we added between 0 to 1000 new cases all of which are having Obesity
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