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Math 126 DQ 5

# Math 126 DQ 5 - "How many slices of pizza does the average...

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"How many slices of pizza does the average person eat each month?" b. Sample at least 15 people and record their data in a simple table or chart; study the examples from Unit 12-3. Person A 20 Male Person B 18 Male Person C 3 Female Person D 22 Female Person E 24 Male Person F 15 Male Person G 0 Female Person H 37 Male Person I 23 Male Person J 21 Female Person K 29 Female Person L 14 Female Person M 19 Male Person N 40 Male Person O 0 Female Person P 4 Male Person Q 17 Female Person R 16 Female c. You can gather your data at work, on the phone, or via some other method. This is your "Sampling Design." Which of the four sampling techniques best XXXXXXXXX XXXX design? I used random sampling to get my data. I randomly picked people who were walking around my neighborhood and surveyed them. d. Explain in moderate detail the method you used to gather your data. In statistics this venture is called the "Methodology." I asked each person how many slices of pizza they eat in a typical month. I recorded that information, and whether they were male or female.

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