# Chapter 7 Review

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- Q1Parameters describe the sample and statistics describe the populationTrueFalse30s
- Q2What is a sample?A selection of individuals from the populationThe entire populationA mathematical formulaA collection of statistics30s
- Q3____________represent a number that describes the data from a sampleStatisticParamater30s
- Q4The sampling distribution graphs the results of multiple samples from the same populationTrueFalse30s
- Q5What is a parameter?A specific data pointA type of graphThe result of a surveyAny value that is speaking about or representing the population30s
- Q6Means tipically come from quantitative data while proportions usually come from categorical dataTrueFalse30s
- Q7The Central Limit theorem says that if you increase the number of items in your sample then the shape will get narrower and more normalTrueFalse30s
- Q8What is a statistic?The total sum of the sampleA description of a parameterAny value that is speaking about or representing the sampleA mathematical equation30s
- Q9We check the conditions of a sample in order to know if the sample size is not biased.TrueFalse30s
- Q10If the conditions for normality fail then we cannot answer the question at allTrueFalse30s
- Q11A study of voting chose 500 registered voters at random shortly after an election. Of these, 75% said they had voted in the election. Election records show that only 58% of registered voters vote in any election. What is the population?75% that said they had voted in the election500 registered voters58% of registered voters vote in any electionall registered voters30s
- Q12A study of voting chose 500 registered voters at random shortly after an election. Of these, 75% said they had voted in the election. Election records show that only 58% of registered voters vote in any election. What is the parameter?500 registered votersall registered voters75% that said they had voted in the election58% of registered voters vote in any election30s
- Q13A study of voting chose 500 registered voters at random shortly after an election. Of these, 75% said they had voted in the election. Election records show that only 58% of registered voters vote in any election. What is the sample?all registered voters75% that said they had voted in the election500 registered voters58% of registered voters vote in any election30s
- Q14A study of voting chose 500 registered voters at random shortly after an election. Of these, 75% said they had voted in the election. Election records show that only 58% of registered voters vote in any election. What is the statistic?58% of registered voters vote in any electionall registered voters75% that said they had voted in the election500 registered voters30s
- Q15The math department at a school has 5 teachers. The ages of these teachers are 23, 34, 37, 42, and 58. Suppose you select a random sample of 4 teachers and calculate the sample minimum age. Which of the following shows the sampling distribution of the sample minimum age.None of these30s