# Math Help Please? c: Thank you :3

At your summer job with a research company, you must get a random sample of people from your town to answer a question about spending habits. Which of the following methods is most likely to be random?

A) You survey customers at the local shopping mall.
B) You survey people chosen randomly from the local phonebook.
C) You survey several of your friends.
D) You survey customers at a popular restaurant

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1. None of these would be random today. When this question was written, the phone book would be the obvious choice. However, in 2012, over 38% of adults have no landline, so they won't be listed in phone books.

(I hate these questions that are so out-of-date!)

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Ms. Sue
2. (I hate them to :c)
So since we know that this question is old, would it be C? That was my first guess but I wasn't really sure...

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3. Surveying your friends would not be random.

If you're looking for spending habits, a mall might be the most appropriate.

Tell your teacher there is no good answer for this question.

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Ms. Sue
4. Oh, okay. Thanks a bunch!! Again! Also, I do an online school. So I don't know if they can change the question or remove it.. :c

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5. I thought so. Online schools tend to use a lot of really old information and questions. :-(

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Ms. Sue
6. Yeah, I've noticed that. It's kinda irritating.. :(

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7. I suggest A

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8. in a survey out of 1092 people three out of seven pick the color blue and one out of six pick the color red. How many did not pick a color

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9. what is the answer

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10. A- Is You Survey customers at the local shopping mall. Would You Have Picked this one because you said that a mall would be the best answer????????????

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11. I JUST HAD A NUMBER 7!!!!!!!!
HELpPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
YALLLLLLLLL NED A NOOW TOYLET

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12. WUT?

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13. for any ppl of 2018 who read this the awnser is b
you're welcome.

-Kid from the past.

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14. Which survey question is unbiased
A. Do you think we should allow them to cut down the trees and wave over the grass for the new playground?

B. Which do you prefer with a meal water or a syrupy sweet soft drink

C. Should there be a School dress code?

D. Do you prefer bringing healthy lunch to school or eating cafeteria food?

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15. 1. B
2. C
3. D
4. C
5. B
6. A
7. A..not random B.. biased..C 6 percent

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16. Yea, Hal's answers are correct. i got %100 with them. On 7 you have to explain so i did those on my own but, yea Hal's still right.

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kek lol get it? If you play FORTNITE you'll definitely get it.

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17. Yesssssss

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18. thank you hal

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19. Why not let people have their opinion instead of forcing yours upon others? Personally, I haven't either of the games, but they both seem enjoyable.

I also agree with @birb, this is a homework helping site..

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20. I thought we were focusing on school work..

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21. Can someone explain Hal's answers for #7 please

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22. Boom! 3 Timezz!

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23. I them all but I like fnaf lots. PS I know it is a old game but I like it anyway.

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24. Thanks Hal. He/shes 100 percent correct. <3

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25. yal thank hal

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26. Thanks to hal

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27. XD XD XD XD *falls outta chair* XD everyone just left after you said that. XD

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28. @Hal
THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH THIS WAS VERY HELPFUL!!!
uwu

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29. ðŸ‘Œ

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30. thank you hal

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31. Hal is 100% right for Lesson 6: Estimating Population Size Essential Math 7 B Unit 5: Displaying and Analyzing Data Connections Academy!

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