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Law of large numbers

\lɔ\ \ʌv\ \lɑrʤ\ \ˈnʌmbərz\

The law of large numbers shows that the average of the results of a large number of experiments should be close to the expected value of the experiment and will become closer to the true value as more trials are performed. Essentially, more data will result in better estimates.

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