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Sampling Method. In Exercises 9-12, determine whether the sampling method appears to be sound or is flawed.

Nuclear Power Plants In a survey of 1368 subjects, the following question was posted on the USA Today website: “In your view, are nuclear plants safe?” The survey subjects were Internet users who chose to respond to the question posted on the electronic edition of USA Today

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