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  1. anonymous
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    Bruuh, very few people on here are gonna want to help with 5+ questioms on a single post.

  2. anonymous
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    Working hard or hardly working?

  3. anonymous
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    @Aureyliant

  4. anonymous
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    I'll *help* you out in 20 mins if that's alright? I'm working on a few essays atm

  5. anonymous
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    Urm, ok. I could really use answer now, but ok :) @Aureyliant

  6. anonymous
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    #1. C and D cannot be it. I'm leaning more towards B because it's the most random. It can't be A mainly because the people are at a shopping mall for a reason.. to spend! So it won't really contribute best to the sample you're trying to research for. Do you agree?

  7. anonymous
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    #2. What do you think the definition of unbiased is? Please explain your understanding of it regardless if you know what it means or not. I need to know you at least understand the general concept of this.

  8. anonymous
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    And those are the only Q's I'll do in this post. Try making a new thread for more answers to your Q's. It's kinda against the code of conduct.

  9. anonymous
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    Unbiased means that you are clean of such influences and are speaking from a point which all people should be able to understand.

  10. anonymous
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    Correct. So what do you think should be the best answer to #2?

  11. anonymous
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    Usually the one without adjectives would be correct. (so it's c)

  12. anonymous
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    that was my guess :)

  13. anonymous
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    what about 3-7? :)

  14. anonymous
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    I already have answers 1-3 and 7, i just need 4 5 6

  15. anonymous
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    oh, and 3, sorry :D

  16. anonymous
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    For #5, figure out the percent of females of the 50. So if you 22 by 50, you get 44%. So you know on a large scale, about half are female. You can kinda guess, since half of 800 is 400, so D. isn't the answer. A. likely isn't either. To get a sure answer, you can cross multiply. \[\frac{ 22 }{ 50 }=\frac{ x }{ 800 }\] x is the approx. number of females. So multiply 22 and 800 and 50 by x, 22*800 = 50x Does this help? I'll try to work on the others next.

  17. anonymous
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    if you divide*

  18. anonymous
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    #6 is similar, simply cross-multiply. \[\frac{ 4 }{ 100 }=\frac{ x }{ 750 }\] So multiply 4 by 750 and 100 by x. then divide 100 by the product of 750*4. You'll get x= the answer

  19. anonymous
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    awesome, and I dont know how to do 6

  20. anonymous
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    @hermitsandhollywood

  21. anonymous
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    I really need the answers and explanations for these, Its for my dad and I

  22. anonymous
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    @hermitsandhollywood

  23. anonymous
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    You don't know #6?

  24. anonymous
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    No....

  25. anonymous
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    I have to go to bed thanks

  26. anonymous
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    You're welcome.

  27. anonymous
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    :) Please tip those who answer you w/ a medal + fan

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