Is it possible to combine statistics from two distributions for the same parameter. For example I have one distribution for X from population A and a second distribution for X from population B. I want to assume all data is from the same population. I have calculated UTLs(Upper tolerance limits) for each population but need a single, combined utl for a combined population. The catch is I don't have the original data, only the calculated statistics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Combining statistics from two distributions

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