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Week Two Quiz 1 Week Two Quiz Week Two Quiz Neil Robinson Research and Evaluation II RES 342 University of Phoenix
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Week Two Quiz 2 ES342 WK3 QUIZ NAME__Neil Robinson________ Please complete by Monday of Week#3 and submit to your Individual Forum. 1. Per Conversation #2, what is the definition of statistics? Statistics is the collecting, organizing, and analyzing of data in order to make a better decision. (Feravich, 2010) 2. Per Conversation #3, tell the story why sampling can still be useful even though there is sampling error that you can't get rid of? Please don't forget to include the two relevant rules that come from the Central Limit Theorem. Please see story outline in the Course Materials forum. My boss came to me wanting to know how many magazines that our facility produces in a year since we opened. With the volume and the various other variations that question would be really hard to answer. So I proceeded to convince him that instead of going back 25 years and
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2010 for the course RES 342 RES 342 taught by Professor Davidlantz during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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