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anonymous
 one year ago
Angela wants to know how many families in her neighborhood plan to attend the parade. She puts all 120 of the neighborhood addresses in a hat and draws a random sample of 30 addresses. She then asks those families if they plan to attend the parade. She finds that 40% of the families plan to attend the parade. She claims that 40% of the neighborhood families would be expected to attend the parade. Is this a valid inference?
anonymous
 one year ago
Angela wants to know how many families in her neighborhood plan to attend the parade. She puts all 120 of the neighborhood addresses in a hat and draws a random sample of 30 addresses. She then asks those families if they plan to attend the parade. She finds that 40% of the families plan to attend the parade. She claims that 40% of the neighborhood families would be expected to attend the parade. Is this a valid inference?

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misssunshinexxoxo
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