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D?

correct

note: the sample is just his history class, so it's not random

A?

read the answer choices again

keyword: "not random"

yes?
I'll say it again... the sample is not a random sample...

ok :)

you didn't get the answer to the other question correctly, go back...

ok what is it?

again...
the sample is not random
now read the answer choices and tell me what the answer is...

keep trying...
pay attention to the words NOT RANDOM

c!

once again.... the sample is not a random sample....

pay attention to the word NOT(!!!!!) a random sample

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read every answer choice again CAREFULLY

i already said every choice and you said no for all of them

we're talking about the question for Stanley...

there's one answer you didn't say yet...

Right, B... do you understand why?

ok :)

anyway let's keep going...

once again, the sample is not random, so our answer is...?

correct

how many of these are left? I need to go to sleep sooon...

about 7

adventure

right, so our answer is...?

well, we know that there were 92 bass out of 200 fish
so how many bass are there out of 1,000 fish?

how do i find that

1,000 is 5 times 200, right? so the number of bass is 5 times the number in the sample

ok so??

read what I said carefully...

no... read carefully...

how many bass were in the sample?

look at the table......

92

now multiply that by 5....

D!

right....

whichever one has more dots to the right...

it's tough to visualize this based on text alone...

team D?

yeah, team D, I just did a bit of math to confirm it

would you mind drawing them out for me? I'm getting a little exhausted...

well, look at which grph has more dots on the right side...

round 2

??

well, then again, I would say that the range is the same

so I guess the first answer works better

ok

MAD of 6th graders/MAD of 7th graders = ?

1.2 / 1.0

which equals = ?

1.2

right, and that's our answer

well first off, which group has the longer lengths?

right, so what do you think the answer is?

right

walk in

right, now look at the "walk in" graph and do the same thing

now take a look at the answer choices and tell me which one matches

right

so what is it?

please answer quickly

the inference isn't valid since there is a lot of variability...

so b?

no, read carefully...

i mean A sorry

right