There is no random variable in this problem. Why can the concept of bias be applied here?

twizzler

Here, it is clear that the estimator is consistent, but I cannot tell if it is unbiased. Would you say that because we know the exact point we draw from, it it unbiased?

MrRockefeller

I think this is consistent and unbiased

gfkang

How do we tell?

kurt

How can we determine if it's unbiased or not

L1TTLEM4N

The sampling method seems to be both consistent and unbiased

There is no random variable in this problem. Why can the concept of bias be applied here?

Here, it is clear that the estimator is consistent, but I cannot tell if it is unbiased. Would you say that because we know the exact point we draw from, it it unbiased?

I think this is consistent and unbiased

How do we tell?

How can we determine if it's unbiased or not

The sampling method seems to be both consistent and unbiased