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Unformatted text preview: uU -u Aw For each of the following scenarios, use complete English sentences to identify the Ws, name the variables, specify for each variable whether its use indicates that it should be treated as categorical or quantitative, and for any quantitative variable, identify the units in which it was measured (or note that they were not provided). In other words, carefully describe the population of interest, the sample, the variable (and identify whether the variable should be treated as categorical or quantitative), the parameter, and the statistic. _________________________________________________________________________________________ Recall: The population is the group of individual elements (for example, people, dogs, pieces of paper, batteries) that the researcher is interested in learning something about. The sample is the subset of the population that the researcher collects data on (typically because it is too expensive or simply not practical for the researcher to study the entire population)....
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