anonymous
  • anonymous
a scientist is studying a population of lizards in which 35% of the population has a certain trait the scientist wants a sampling distribution with a standard deviation that is less than 4% A. n=200 B. n=150 c. n=125 D.n=100
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Ddos_Dragon @green_1 @IHelpYouLearn @i
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ErGTA123 @thread252 @triciaal
thread252
  • thread252
what are we supposed to find out?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
which sample sizes could the scientist use?
thread252
  • thread252
sorry deviation is not by best, so I most likely will get it wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
k any guesses tho?
IHelpYouLearn
  • IHelpYouLearn
@sasdhawolf I looked at this over and over again but the answer is just not coming to me :-/ If it were to be me with a guess, I would go for B or C. Sorry on this one!

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