- Submitted By: MichaelDiego1
- Date Submitted: 09/15/2014 11:52 PM
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1.Choose the correct answer bellow:

A. It is an estimate or prediction or some other generalization about a population based on information contained in a sample

B. It is a characteristic or property of an individual experimental unit

C. It is the process used to assign numbers to variables of individual population units

D. It is the science that deals with collection, classification, and interpretation of information or data

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3. Explain how populations and variables differ. Choose the correct answer bellow:

A. A population is a set of units of interest to a study. A variable is a subset of the units of a population

B. A variable is a set of units of interest to a study. A population is a characteristic or property of the units being studied.

C. A population is a set of units of interest to a study. A variable is an object upon which data is collected

D. A population is a set of units of interest to a study. A variable is a characteristic or property of the units being studied

4. Define statistical thinking. Choose the correct answer bellow:

A. Statistical thinking involves applying rational thought and the science of statistics to critically assess data and interferences

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2. Explain the difference between qualitative and quantitative data

Choose the correct answer bellow

A. Quantitative data are collected from an observational study , while qualitative data are from a designed experiment

B. Quantitative data are data from a sample, while qualitative data are data from a population

C. Quantitative data are numerical in nature, while qualitative data are categorical in nature

D. Quantitative data are data from a population, while qualitative data are data from a sample

E. Quantitative data are categorical in nature, while...

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