anonymous
  • anonymous
A student wishes to determine the percentage of students in his school that bring a sack lunch. He decides to poll every student in his grade level. It is found that 30 percent on the students polled bring a sack lunch. The student concludes that 30 percent of the students in the school bring a sack lunch. Identify the abuse of statistics. small sample bad sample nonresponse loaded question i think its B but im not sure.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@jane11509 do you get this question? i actually changed my answer to loaded question but im still not sure
jane11509
  • jane11509
I dont know
anonymous
  • anonymous
@mathmate

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mathmate
  • mathmate
When you take a segment of the population as a sample, it is not a good way to sample, because the sample is not representative of the population. It's like when you try to survey the city dwellers' mode of transportation, and you sample everybody in the most exquisite neighbourhood and nowhere else, and you conclude that the city does not need public transport. A good sample should be spread out and representative of the population.

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