law of large numbers definition

• noun:
• Statistics The guideline or theorem your average of many independent dimensions of a random volume has a tendency toward the theoretical average of this amount. Also called Bernoulli's legislation.
• The statistical inclination toward a fixed proportion within the results whenever an experiment is duplicated a lot of times; legislation of averages.
• (data) law stating that a lot of products taken randomly from a population will (from the average) have the populace data