Question 31The mean of a discrete probability distribution is the weighted average of the outcomes of the random variables that comprise itAnswerTrueCommentsCorrect!!Max Score: 4Actual Score: 4Question 32Because outliers are extreme values that could distort the analysis, they should always be eliminated from the data setAnswerFalseCommentsCorrect!!Max Score: 4Actual Score: 4Question 33If the class sizes are not equal for a frequency distribution using grouped quantitative data, patterns in the distribution could be misleadingAnswerTrueCommentsCorrect!!Max Score: 4Actual Score: 4Question 34Consider the following population, which represents the years of teaching experience of the 24 full-time business faculty at Wesley College. Using the first row of data as a sample, the sampling error is ________.Answer-0.50CommentsCorrect!!Max Score: 4Actual Score: 4Question 35
The equation used to calculate binomial probabilities relies on permutations of n objects selected x at a timeAnswerFalse
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