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Define the terms population, sample, parameter, and statistic.

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To Explain: The definitions of Population, sample, Parameter and statistics.

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A population is the set of all the individuals, items, or objects of interest in a particular study is defined as the Population.

A sample is a set of individuals selected from a population. The intent is to represent the population in a research study.

Parameter: A characteristic that describes a population is called a parameter...

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