A numerical value which is obtained from a sample and which, by inference, is assigned as the value of a population parameter.
An estimate is based on real data that measure population change in the estimate year.
A good guess. When there are too many birds to count easily, making an estimate may be the best way to keep from getting frustrated.
The best guess arrived at after considering all the information given in a problem.
guess at the score achieved on a deal or over a session.
An estimate is an assumption based upon a smaller sample that is then applied as a hypothesis for a whole population.
An indication of the value of an unknown parameter, based on observed data. The value of a statistic that is a random variable used as an estimator of the parameter.
a best mathematical guess of the true number of sheep in the population
an educated guess for an unknown quantity or outcome based on known information
a number that represents a guess of a parameter in a population
Often also called a point estimate, it is the guess of the true value of a population parameter.
Latest population data (e.g., number of persons) based on the population data from the last census or other estimate, and other known or estimated changes resulting from fertility, mortality and migration.
make a guess We don't have the exact measurements, but we can estimate the size of the hole if we assume that it is cylindrical.
An informed guess, a rough price.
A statistic that is used as a guess of the value of a parameter
a numerical value obtained from a statistical sample and assigned to the population parameter.
This is the opposite of an accurate figure. It means that you guess a figure or number because you don't know it exactly.
a guess as to what a coin will sell for at auction, usually based on price guides and comparable sales.
an approximation of a true score, parameter, or value. A rating of a teacher's portfolio is an estimate of the quality of that portfolio and, indirectly, the performance of that teacher. Because no instrument or statistical procedure can provide an exact (or true) score or value, essentially all data are estimates. The smaller the error of measurement, the more precise the estimate of the true score or value. See Error of Measurement, Measure (verb), Obtained Score, Score, True Score.
An "educated guess" as to the van space requirements, weight of your household goods and cost of the move determined by an agent's physical survey of shipment; the form on which the survey information is recorded.