Suppose you are assigned the number 1, and the other students in your statistics class call out consecuuve Rul(a) Explain how you could get a random sample of four students from your statistics class. (Select all that apply.)B Randomly choose four of the first students that walk into the classroom.0 Randomly choose four of the students that are sitting in the back rowRandomly choose four of the last students that walk into the classroomRandomly choose four of the tallest students in the classroomg Use a computer or random-number table to randomly select four students after numbers are assigned.b) Explain why the first four students walking into the classroom would not necessarily form a random sample. (Select all that applyperhaps they are students that had a class immediately prior to this one.) Perhaps they are students with lots of free time and nothing else to do.u Perhaps they are excellent students who make a special effort to get to class early.Perhaps they are students that needed less time to get to class.2 There is nothing wrong with choosing the first four students walking into the classroom.(o Explain xhy tour students coming in late would not necessarily form a random sample. (select all that apply.)* Perhaps they are students that need more time to get to classPerhaps they are busy students who are never on time to class* Perhaps they are students that had a prior dlass go past scheduled time.perhaps they are lazy students that don't want to attend class.There is nothing wrong with choosing four students coming in late(d) Explain why four students sitting in the back row would not necessarily form a random sample. (Select all that apply.)Perhaps students in the back row are introvert

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Suppose you are assigned the number 1, and the other students in your statistics class call out consecuuve Rul
(a) Explain how you could get a random sample of four students from your statistics class. (Select all that apply.)
B Randomly choose four of the first students that walk into the classroom.
0 Randomly choose four of the students that are sitting in the back row
Randomly choose four of the last students that walk into the classroom
Randomly choose four of the tallest students in the classroom
g Use a computer or random-number table to randomly select four students after numbers are assigned.
b) Explain why the first four students walking into the classroom would not necessarily form a random sample. (Select all that apply
perhaps they are students that had a class immediately prior to this one.
) Perhaps they are students with lots of free time and nothing else to do.
u Perhaps they are excellent students who make a special effort to get to class early.
Perhaps they are students that needed less time to get to class.
2 There is nothing wrong with choosing the first four students walking into the classroom.
(o Explain xhy tour students coming in late would not necessarily form a random sample. (select all that apply.)
* Perhaps they are students that need more time to get to class
Perhaps they are busy students who are never on time to class
* Perhaps they are students that had a prior dlass go past scheduled time.
perhaps they are lazy students that don't want to attend class.
There is nothing wrong with choosing four students coming in late
(d) Explain why four students sitting in the back row would not necessarily form a random sample. (Select all that apply.)
Perhaps students in the back row are introvert
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Suppose you are assigned the number 1, and the other students in your statistics class call out consecuuve Rul (a) Explain how you could get a random sample of four students from your statistics class. (Select all that apply.) B Randomly choose four of the first students that walk into the classroom. 0 Randomly choose four of the students that are sitting in the back row Randomly choose four of the last students that walk into the classroom Randomly choose four of the tallest students in the classroom g Use a computer or random-number table to randomly select four students after numbers are assigned. b) Explain why the first four students walking into the classroom would not necessarily form a random sample. (Select all that apply perhaps they are students that had a class immediately prior to this one. ) Perhaps they are students with lots of free time and nothing else to do. u Perhaps they are excellent students who make a special effort to get to class early. Perhaps they are students that needed less time to get to class. 2 There is nothing wrong with choosing the first four students walking into the classroom. (o Explain xhy tour students coming in late would not necessarily form a random sample. (select all that apply.) * Perhaps they are students that need more time to get to class Perhaps they are busy students who are never on time to class * Perhaps they are students that had a prior dlass go past scheduled time. perhaps they are lazy students that don't want to attend class. There is nothing wrong with choosing four students coming in late (d) Explain why four students sitting in the back row would not necessarily form a random sample. (Select all that apply.) Perhaps students in the back row are introvert

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(a) A random sample of four students from statistics class can be selected by using a computer or random number table to randomly select four students after numbers are assigned.

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(b) The first four students walking into the classroom would not necessarily form a random sample - perhaps they are excellent students who make a special effort to get to class early.

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