peer assessment 4 - P1 About 54.5 of the 332 viewers said the correct responses P2 valid method measuring if people can tell when they are being stared

peer assessment 4 - P1 About 54.5 of the 332 viewers said...

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P1: About 54.5% of the 332 viewers said the correct responses P2: valid method measuring if people can tell when they are being stared at from behind Intermediate C: About 54.5% of the 332 viewers had correct responses Hidden P3: biased sampling method P4: responding sample size of 332 viewers Final C: About 54.5% of all viewers had correct responses P1 to intermediate conclusion is green reason bubble invalid because the experiment is for viewers and with no one knowing whether the reported result is indeed accurate or not. Some people might’ve lied about their results due to not wanting to report a low score. Also some people who never did the test might’ve reported that they did. P4 to final conclusion is green reason bubble invalid because the experiment is for all viewers, but the sample was just a part of all the viewers. Intermediate conclusion to final conclusion is green reason bubble invalid because the data
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Unformatted text preview: received is inaccurate. 332 viewers cannot represent all the viewers who did do the experiment. Also 54.5% out of 332 viewers is actually a low percentage, therefore the results are not statistically significant. P2 to intermediate conclusion and hidden P3 and P4 to final conclusion is green reason bubble valid as the information is stated in the article. All premises in the reasoning should not have a problem as there is no proof to prove them false. Final C: About 54.5% of all viewers had correct responses Intermediate C: About 54.5% of the 332 viewers had correct responses Hidden P3: biased sampling method P4: responding sample size of 332 viewers P1: About 54.5% of the 332 viewers said the correct responses P2: valid method measuring if people can tell when they are being stared at from behind Reason Reason...
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