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If we toss a pair of dice, what is the probability that a sum of 7 will appear? (Points : 1) a.1/36 b.7/36 c.1/2 d.1/6
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If we draw a card from a deck of 52 playing cards, what is the probability that it is a queen? (Points : 1) a.1/52 b.1/26 c.1/13 d.1/4
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If we draw a card from a deck of 52 playing cards, the probability that it will be a Queen is c. 1/13
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The average height of second graders is 40 inches. One student has a height of 52 inches. What will happen to the average height if the 52 inch tall student is not included? (Points : 1) a.The average will decrease. b.The average will increase. c.The average will be 38 inches. d.The average will not change.
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Which type of sampling is the least reliable? (Points : 1) a.Random sampling b.Systematic sampling c.Cluster sampling d.Convenience sampling
Weegy: d. Convenience sampling is the least reliable. The problem with convenience sampling is that you can never be certain what population the participants in the study represent. [ The population is unknown, the method for selecting cases is haphazard, and the cases studied probably don't represent any population you could come up with. ] (More)
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If you toss 2 dice 10,000 times, how many times would you expect that " he sum of the faces equals 4" happens? (Points : 1) a.733 b.550 c.333 d.833
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You're wrong its not 550!
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