In statistics, a larger sample size results in more reliable averages.
The Ns justify the means.
Why do averages never get along?
Because one of them is always mean.
The law of averages
A biologist, a chemist and a statistician are out hunting. They spot a deer and the biologist shoots and misses left by three feet. The chemist shoots and misses right three feet. The statistician shouts "WE HIT IT !"