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A researcher is hired by a company to ascertain the morale of company employees. The company employs over 10,000 employees. The researcher takes a random sample of 237 employees, interviews each sampled employee, and uses the information to project the results to all employees in the company. This is an example of:
a) sampled statistics
b) descriptive statistics
c) projective analysis
d) inferential statistics
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