Which of the following are possible examples of sampling distributions? (Select all that apply.) mean trout lengths based on samples of size 5 average

Jaya Legge 2020-12-07 Answered
Which of the following are possible examples of sampling distributions? (Select all that apply.)
mean trout lengths based on samples of size 5
average SAT score of a sample of high school students
average male height based on samples of size 30
heights of college students at a sampled universit
yall mean trout lengths in a sampled lake
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Answered 2020-12-08 Author has 91 answers
Step 1
Here,
Mean trout lengths based on samples of size 5
and, Average male height based on samples of size 30.
both are possible examples of sampling distributions because these are samples and taken from population.
Whereas,
average SAT score of a sample of high school students
heights of college students at a sampled university
all mean trout lengths in a sampled lake
These examples are approximated as population.
Step 2
So, correct answer is 1 and 3
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