Word Problem

posted by .

Suppose a newspaper published the following in a boxed corner of the want add sectioin:

Should handgun control be abolished? You can call the shots if you participate in our poll tonight. If yes, call 1-900-for-guns. If no, call 1-900-Ban-guns. You will be charged 50 cents for the first minute.

Why will the results of this poll be bias?

  • Word Problem -

    Of course.

  • Word Problem -

    Of course? What do you mean by "of course?"

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. math

    100 people set up a phone call system so that the initial contact person call three persons, each of whom calla three persons,and so on until all have been contacted. The maximum people who do not need to make calls is?
  2. Algebra II

    Solve the following word problem using a linear equation: John has been recently looking at his phone bill. It costs $2.65 for a 4 minute call and $4.75 for a 10 minute call. How much will it cost John for a 30 minute call?
  3. math

    Suppose that a newspaper published the following in a boxed corner of the want ads section: Should handgun control be abolished?
  4. math

    Suppose that a newspaper published the following in a boxed corner of the want ads section: Should handgun control be abolished?
  5. math

    Suppose that a newspaper published the following in a boxed corner of the want ads section: Should handgun control be abolished?
  6. Algebra

    Word problem: When making a phone call using calling card a call lasting 3 minutes costs $1.60. A call lasting 10 minutes costs $4.40. Let y be the cost of making a call lasting x minutes using a calling card. Write a linear equation …
  7. math

    Suppose that a newspaper published the following in a boxed corner of the want ads section: Should handgun control be abolished?
  8. English

    Give me a call tonight. Give me a ring tonight. Call me tonight. Ring me tonight. Call me up tonight. Ring me up tonight. Make a phone call tonight. Make a telephone call tonight. (Are they all the same?
  9. english

    Which sentence uses who correctly? a. Who did you call?
  10. English

    1. Will you give me a wake-up call at 6: a.m.?

More Similar Questions