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Extraneous variances may be subtracted from the variances of the randomized and ordered sets before Fisher’s F-test is applied and confidence limits for contents and grades of ore deposits are computed (Merks and Merks 1991, Merks 2000). VARIANCE OF GY’s SAMPLING CONSTANT Gy’s sampling theory proposes that the primary sample mass required for a specified degree of precision can be estimated a priori. In sampling practice, however, it can only be determined experimentally because the degree of heterogeneity of a stochastic variable within a sampling unit defies a priori estimation (Merks 1985, Visman 1962).
The probability that this statistical inference is false is less than 1%. The latter F-test shows that vur(sp), the sum of vur(s), the variance of the primary sample selection stage, and vur(p), the variance of the sample preparation stage, adds most to var(spa), the variance of the entire measurement chain. The most effective method to reduce var(s) the variance of the primary sample selection stage, is to increase the number of primary increments (Gy 1979, Merks 1985, Visman 1962). The variance of the sample preparation stage can be estimated by preparing duplicate test samples of each of a pair of interleaving samples, and assaying duplicate test portions of each test sample.
Whenever a set of measured values departs from normality, it can be partitioned into subsets such that each subset approaches a straight line segment in a log-normal plot of a numerically ordered set. The next step is to calculate the central value of the set and its variance from the arithmetic means and the variances of all subsets (Merks 1998). VARIANCE OF CONTAINED METAL The additive property of the variance of contained metal (the mass of contained metal or metal content) underlies various applications in mineral exploration, mining, processing and smelting (Merks 1985, 1988, 1991, 1999; Merks and Merks 1991).