10. Sampling and estimation

A sample is the entire group being considered in a statistical analysis.

False

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True.

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A population is a selection of some of the sample.

For a statistical survey the population is deemed to be all the students that attend the local high school.

Which of the following are samples of that population?

For a statistical survey the population is deemed to be all people aged under $18$18, who live in Sydney.

Which of the following are samples of that population?

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