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For example, if the statistic of interest is the sample mean, , its expected value, More generally the expected value of any estimator is the sum of each possible value of that estimate, _{i} times the probability of obtaining it, p_{i}, so However, in the case of smooth (known) functions of continuous variables, for reasons of mathematical convenience, you will find that statisticians prefer to express this summation using integral calculus.
