Math I need help ASAP!

1. which of the following is true of a random sample?

a. it is the only way to sample a population.

b. each member of the sample is a volunteer.

c. it is always the easiest way to sample a population.

d. each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected.

2. True or false. A fair question makes assumptions about the population.

a. True

b. False

3. Which question is biased?

a. do you prefer history class or geography class

b. don't you think Latin class is a waste of time

c. do you think the math test was easy or difficult

d. did you study last night

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  1. I'll be glad to check your answers.

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  2. 2. false
    3. b.

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  3. 1. d

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  4. Your answers are correct.

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  5. XD yes you do
    NO I DONT
    You really at this joke
    UGGGHHHHH :D

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  6. 1. D
    2. False
    3. B
    4. B
    Trust me these are 100%

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  7. The correct answers for Random Samples And Surveys lesson 5 is
    1.D
    2.B
    3.A
    4.B

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  8. yes the correct answers are
    1)Each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected.
    2)Select every 10th person on a list of registered voters and call them to complete the survey.
    3)TRUE
    4)Don't you think Latin class is a waste of time?

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  9. D
    B
    True
    B

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  10. 1)D
    2)B
    3)False
    4)B
    Have a good day sisters.

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  12. Hey guys! Currently, everyone here is wrong. Here are the CORRECT answers.
    1. What is true of a random sample?
    --- Each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected.
    ~~~
    2. Jon is working on a city councilperson's election campaign. He wants to survey potential voters about their opinions. Which is the best way for him to gather a sample?
    --- Select every 10th person on a list of registered voters and call them to complete the survey.
    ~~~
    3. True or false: A fair question makes assumptions about the population.
    --- false
    ~~~
    4. Which question is biased?
    --- Don't you think Latin class is a waste of time?
    ~~~
    YOU CAN TRUST THESE ANSWERS. I GUARANTEE YOU THESE ARE ALL CORRECT FOR CONNECTIONS ACADEMY UNLESS THE LESSON IS CHANGED.

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  13. the answers are
    d
    b
    b
    b

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  14. Answer bot thanks I normally understand math but the true or false confused me...

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  15. thanks yall

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  16. everyone's answers are correct, but the only wrong answer they got was true, it was actually false

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  17. ok thank u

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  18. Ty lol

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  19. the answers are
    D
    B
    B
    B

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  20. owowowo

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  21. Not very cash money of you

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  22. d
    b
    b
    b

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  23. bts is right 100%

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