A rational number is a number formed by dividing two integers a=b where b 6D 0. The numbers. set of all rational numbers is denoted Q. Explain why every integer is a rational number, but not all rational numbers are integers.

Statistics Ch 1: The Nature of Statistics Notes 1.1 Statistic Basics Population vs Sample Population A collection of all items or individuals, being studied. In other words whole. Sample A group taken out of the population, or in other words a part of the population, which is meant to resemble the whole. Through this, information is...