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    Is this a British thing? "Relative Sampling Accuracy", Margin of Error and SE




    I'm not a student but I am reading a British textbook and have come across a term I have not seen before: Relative sampling accuracy.

    The author seems to be using this to describe the margin of error.... but later it seems like he is using it to mean standard error.

    I will post the image of the formula (first for mean then for proportion) in hopes that someone might be able to help me out.

    Thank you!

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