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Full solution: Use your new conjectures to solve Exercises 117

Discovering Geometry: An Investigative Approach | 4th Edition | ISBN: 9781559538824 | Authors: Michael Serra ISBN: 9781559538824 384

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Use your new conjectures to solve Exercises 117.

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Chapter 7: Sampling Study a large population by selecting a smaller sample. Example: height of adult women in the United States ­ Population: all women in United States ­ Sample: select 1000 women Example: unemployment statistics ­ Population: entire workforces ­ Choose a sample of individuals from the work force Avoid bad sampling – a sample is biased if it is not representative of the population Convenience sample­ a sample consisting of individuals because they are easier to reach Voluntary sample­ a sample which is based on individual’s willingness to respond Example: online polls, gets a sample of people more interested in the survey questions. Under coverage­ a list of individuals in the population is incomplete Example: suppose you want to

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Textbook: Discovering Geometry: An Investigative Approach
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Author: Michael Serra
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