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29 March, 00:38

If random samples (of size n) students are taken from a specific school district Michigan and asked about their school involvement what conclusions can we expect to draw from samples?

A we can use the sampling distribution to infer about the behavior of all students in the specific district

B we can use a sampling distribution to infer about the behavior of all students in the Michigan

C we can use the sampling distribution to infer about the behavior of all students in the neighboring school district

D we can use the sampling distribution to infer about the behavior of our students in the US

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  1. 29 March, 00:49
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    A we can use the sampling distribution to infer about the behavior of all students in the specific district

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A sample is usually studied or analyzed in order to make inference about the population. It will be more time consuming and costly to study the entire population due to the large number of participants.

    In our case, the samples are obtained from a specific school district Michigan. This implies that the researcher is interested in this particular school district and is thus our population of interest. Therefore, we can use the sampling distribution to infer about the behavior of all students in the specific district
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