Our teacher handed out handfuls of m&ms to each student in class. We were divided into 4 groups of 5 each. We had to count the colors of each of our handfuls of m&ms. Would this be considered a random sample? why or why not? I know the definition of random sample but I don't really understand the concept as it applies in this example. Thanks...
In a school, there are 4 more students in Class A than in Class B, and 4 more students in Class B than in Class C. As a reward for good behavior, a teacher decides to give out some sweets. Every student in class C got 5 more
When I entered the art room, the students were painting but there was very little student-teacher interaction. The teacher examined the students work but was not providing them with feedback. I was, in a way, disappointed at the
Left hand! right hand Female___!________ Male_____!_______ Total-18 ! 122 The incomplete table above summarizes the number of left-handed students and right-handed students by gender for the eighth grade students at Keisel Middle
The incomplete table below summarizes the number of left-handed students and right-handed students by gender for the eighth grade students at Keisel Middle School. There are 6 times as many right-handed female students as there