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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by sames, Jul 18, 2007.
Hi im new, idon't like being the new guy, but that will change with time
Welcome to LPSG! You won't be new for long. :smile:
I'm new as well, haha it'll pass.
If the average erection is 6" long, doesn't that mean that as many guys have 5" as 7" and 4" as 8" and 3" as 9" and 2" as 10"
Not necessarily. Your example assumes an evenly balanced bell curve of statistical measurements. If 6" is a statistical mean, then it's the calculated arithmetic average of all sizes regardless of the number of men measured at each size. An average size of 6 could come from 100 men all measuring 3", 5" and 10" (though unlikely). The distribution curve is actually flat in this case, and the direction of the distribution might be skewed down because there are more 3ers and 5ers under the average than 10ers.
Do you mean that it depends on the sample being measured?