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anonymous
 one year ago
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A woodworker produces 2 chairs every day. The company that buys the chairs randomly selects the days on which to check the chairs made that day. Does this result in a random sampling?
A.
Yes, because each item has an equal chance of being selected.
B.
Yes, because each group of n items has an equal chance of being selected.
C.
No, because each group of n items does not have an equal chance of being selected.
D.
No, because each item does not have an equal chance of being selected.
anonymous
 one year ago
really need help!!! A woodworker produces 2 chairs every day. The company that buys the chairs randomly selects the days on which to check the chairs made that day. Does this result in a random sampling? A. Yes, because each item has an equal chance of being selected. B. Yes, because each group of n items has an equal chance of being selected. C. No, because each group of n items does not have an equal chance of being selected. D. No, because each item does not have an equal chance of being selected.

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