The graph shows the results of a survey of adults in Country A, ages 33 to 51, who were asked if they participated in a sport Seventy percent of adults said they regularly participated in at least one sport, and they gave their favorite sport. You randomly select 250 people in Country A, ages 33 to 51, and ask them if they regularly participate in at least one sport. You find that 60% say no. How likely is the result? Do you think this sample is a good one? Explain your reasoning. How adults get physical Swimming 16% 12% 11% (te) Bicycling golf HIking (te) Softball, wal king 10% 9% Flshing 6% 4% Aerobks 2% Tennis (ie) Bowling, runing Select the correct choice below and fill in the answer box within your choice. (Round to four decimal places as needed.) A. The result is highly likely because its probability, B. The result is highly unlikely because its probability, 0.05. Thus, the sample is a good representative sample. is less than 0.05 is greater than Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample. C. The result is highly unlikely because its probability, D. The result is highly likely because its probability, is less than 0.05 is greater than 0.05 Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample. Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample.

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The graph shows the results of a survey of adults in Country A, ages 33 to 51, who were asked if they participated in a sport
Seventy percent of adults said they regularly participated in at least one sport, and they gave their favorite sport. You randomly
select 250 people in Country A, ages 33 to 51, and ask them if they regularly participate in at least one sport. You find that 60%
say no. How likely is the result? Do you think this sample is a good one? Explain your reasoning.
How
adults
get physical
Swimming
16%
12%
11%
(te) Bicycling golf
HIking
(te) Softball, wal king
10%
9%
Flshing
6%
4%
Aerobks 2%
Tennis
(ie) Bowling, runing
Select the correct choice below and fill in the answer box within your choice.
(Round to four decimal places as needed.)
A. The result is highly likely because its probability,
B. The result is highly unlikely because its probability,
0.05. Thus, the sample is a good representative sample.
is less than 0.05
is greater than
Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample.
C. The result is highly unlikely because its probability,
D. The result is highly likely because its probability,
is less than 0.05
is greater than 0.05
Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample.
Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample.
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The graph shows the results of a survey of adults in Country A, ages 33 to 51, who were asked if they participated in a sport Seventy percent of adults said they regularly participated in at least one sport, and they gave their favorite sport. You randomly select 250 people in Country A, ages 33 to 51, and ask them if they regularly participate in at least one sport. You find that 60% say no. How likely is the result? Do you think this sample is a good one? Explain your reasoning. How adults get physical Swimming 16% 12% 11% (te) Bicycling golf HIking (te) Softball, wal king 10% 9% Flshing 6% 4% Aerobks 2% Tennis (ie) Bowling, runing Select the correct choice below and fill in the answer box within your choice. (Round to four decimal places as needed.) A. The result is highly likely because its probability, B. The result is highly unlikely because its probability, 0.05. Thus, the sample is a good representative sample. is less than 0.05 is greater than Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample. C. The result is highly unlikely because its probability, D. The result is highly likely because its probability, is less than 0.05 is greater than 0.05 Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample. Thus, the sample is not a good representative sample.

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