Tuesday

October 21, 2014

October 21, 2014

Posted by **Betty** on Monday, February 11, 2013 at 1:48pm.

a) What is the population for this study?

b) What is the sample for this study?

c) What is the statistic for this study?

d) What would be a parameter for this study?

- Statistics- HELP! -
**JJ**, Monday, February 11, 2013 at 2:33pm900 is the population because that is your total pool. The 35 who receive the survey are the sample. See the key words "random sample"

the statistic is the value you get from the results of the survey which is the mean of the satisfaction score.

We don't really have a parameter.. That would be the mean satisfaction score for all 900. However, we could certainly use our statistic to predict a possible parameter.

**Answer this Question**

**Related Questions**

Statistics - A large corp wants to estimate the proportion of independent ...

Accounting - The following is an excerpt from a conversation between the office ...

business law - Mary and Celia open a boutique, they hire independent contractors...

physics - a thin wire with linear charge density _ is surrounded by a conducting...

physics - why use a 3 wire system instead of a 2 wire system when wiring an ...

math - An electric pole is supported to stand vertically on a level ground by a ...

math - An electric pole is supported to stand vertically on a level ground by a ...

4th grade science - my science teacher showed us a diagram of a tiny light bulb ...

trig - An electric pole is supported to stand vertically on a level ground by a ...

Applied Physics - Which is a vector quantity? electric energy electric charge ...