Which of the following statements are false? A. In enumerative studies, interest is focused on a finite, identifiable, unchanging collection of individuals or objects that make up a population. B. "All companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange" is an example of a sample. C. A sampling frame is a listing of the individuals or objects to be sampled. D. "All possible yields (in grams) from a certain chemical reaction carried out in a laboratory" is an example of conceptual or hypothetical population.

caschaillo7 2022-10-25 Answered
Which of the following statements are false?
A. In enumerative studies, interest is focused on a finite, identifiable, unchanging collection of individuals or objects that make up a population.
B. "All companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange" is an example of a sample. C. A sampling frame is a listing of the individuals or objects to be sampled.
D. "All possible yields (in grams) from a certain chemical reaction carried out in a laboratory" is an example of conceptual or hypothetical population.
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Answered 2022-10-26 Author has 11 answers
the correct option is B.
'All companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange' is an example of a sample is false statement
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