Question

**Two questions follow. These questions are independent of
each other; one question is in no way related to the
other.**

- In summarizing the results of a study on website usage, those
results that put the website in good light are reported while those
results that show needs for improvement are not. True of false:
This is an example of sample error.
**["TRUE", "FALSE"]** - One of the following is needed to conduct statistical
inference. Which one?
**["additional assumptions about the sample", "repeated sampling", "additional assumptions about the population"]**

Answer #1

1. False

Sampling error occurred during observing a sample. The sample error is the difference between sample statistics and population statistics.

Since sample error occurs during the selection of the sample. In this case, a particular type of observations are recorded another type are not recorded. So, this is not a case of sampling. Hence it is not an example of sample error.

2. **additional assumptions about the
population**

To conduct a statistical inference one should make assumptions about the population. Conducting statistical inference without making any assumption about the population is not possible.

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Country
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True
False
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the______________ procedure.
Answers:
A.
representative sampling
B.
experimental assignment
C.
random assignment
D.
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A.
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and...

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