2. What is random sampling? 6.Four airplanes from different airlines have crashed in the past two weeks. This terrfies Megan, who must travel on a plane? Her travel agent claims that the probability of a plane crash is minuscule. who is correct and why? 10.What is the difference between using both tails versus one tail of the sampling distribution in terms of (a) the region of rejection? (b) the critical value? 14.Why do we retain that a sample represents the underlying raw score if the population if the sample mean is not in the region of rejection?

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2. What is random sampling?

 

6.Four airplanes from different airlines have crashed in the past two weeks. This terrfies Megan, who must travel on a plane? Her travel agent claims that the probability of a plane crash is minuscule. who is correct and why?

 

10.What is the difference between using both tails versus one tail of the sampling distribution in terms of (a) the region of rejection? (b) the critical value?

 

14.Why do we retain that a sample represents the underlying raw score if the population if the sample mean is not in the region of rejection?

 

 

 

 

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