# algebra 1

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what is the difference between a biased sample and a biased question

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A biased sample is not a true sample of the population at large. For instance, a biased sample may include mostly women or mostly people under age 25.

A biased question reflects the questioner's viewpoint. This site gives examples of biased questions.

• algebra 1 -

a biased coin with P(H)=1/4 and P(T)=3/4 is thrown twice, find the probability of getting two heads

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