Population, Sample, and Bias

Population, Sample, and Bias

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- Question 120 secondsQ. 1. A sample in which every person, object, or event has an equal chance of being selected.answer choices
- Question 220 secondsQ. 2. When a sample does not accurately represent the population it is a:answer choices
- Question 320 secondsQ. 3. A public library asked every 10th person who entered to name the type of book they were getting.answer choices
- Question 420 secondsQ. 4. Carlos wants to know the favorite sport of people at his school so he asks his baseball team.answer choices
- Question 520 secondsQ. 5. A hospital wants to open a gym. They ask the night-shift ER staff when they would use the gym.answer choices
- Question 620 secondsQ. 6. Ana wants to know the average studentâ€™s opinion of the tardy policy at her school. Which group of students should she survey in order to achieve the most accurate results?answer choices
- Question 720 secondsQ. 7. The choir director in a high school wants to know how the students in the school feel about singing. If the director selects 100 girls and 100 boys to complete a survey, which method will result in a biased sample?answer choices
- Question 820 secondsQ. 8. At a middle school, the 7th graders will conduct a survey for where to go on a field trip.

Which method will result in the*least*biased decision?answer choices - Question 920 secondsQ. 9. Mrs. Croix is conducting a survey to find out the favorite snack of fifth and sixth graders. She will ask a sample of 100 students. Which of the groups below should be surveyed to get the BEST representative sample?answer choices
- Question 1020 secondsQ. 10. A teacher decides to survey the students in her classes to find out their opinion on the new menu in the cafeteria. Is this biased or unbiased?answer choices
- Question 1120 secondsQ. 11. Larger random sample sizes are more representative of a population.answer choices
- Question 1220 secondsQ. 12. Which random sample is the more likely it is to represent the population of a Jupiter Middle School accurately?answer choices
- Question 1320 secondsQ. 13. Which random sample is the least likely to represent the population of a Jupiter Middle School students accurately?answer choices
- Question 1420 secondsQ. 14. Biased questions lead people to answer a particular way.answer choices
- Question 1520 secondsQ. 15. Is the following question biased?

Are stoplights needed at the intersection of Main and Perry Streets?answer choices - Question 1620 secondsQ. 16. Is the following question biased? Remember biased questions lead people to answer a particular way.

Fewer accidents occur at intersections with stoplights than at intersections that do not have stoplights. Would you be in favor of stoplights at the intersection of Main and Perry Streets?answer choices

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