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More Heights The population of heights of adult males is normally distributed. If we obtain a voluntary response sample of 5000 of those heights, will a histogram of the sample heights be bell-shaped?

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A voluntary response sample is a sample for which the subjects can decide if they want to be in the sample or not.

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People with the strongest opinions tend to respond to a voluntary response sample and thus it is po...

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