# Determine the rush hours for providing sufficient

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Determine the rush hours for providing sufficient equipment Schedule the number of buses needed for a certain route Assign drivers to their buses Which of the followings is considered to be a finite population? Males and females Students in a class Species Human beings
Which one of the following is true regarding a sample size less than 30 members?
A city transit authority personnel uses estimations to:
Match the items below with the correct category. Point estimate Interval estimate A unique number representing the best guess of the true value of a population parameter
A point estimate is: Underestimating the true value of the population parameter Biased Unbiased Overestimating the true value of the population parameter
Which one of the population parameter is the sum of the observations divided by the total number of observations?
Estimates used in research needs to be:
Which of the following is not a parameter of a population?
Which one of the following is not true in order to make an accurate inference? Using any sample random or not with size less than 30 Using a point estimate Using a random sample of size 30 or more Using an interval estimate
Which symbol below represents the mean of a population?
A sample mean is:
Calculate the mean of a sample with data of {-3, - 5, 8, 11, and 13} 8
5 5/24 The mean of a population is calculated by: Dividing by the total number of data by the sum of data Multiplying the score or observations and then dividing by the total number of scores Adding the score or observations and then dividing by the total number of scores Subtracting the data and then dividing by the total number of data Calculate the mean of a sample with data of {3, 5, 8, 11, and 13} 0.125 8 5 40 Population mean: Can be a negative, zero, or a positive value Cannot be a zero at all Is always smaller than zero Is always greater than zero The mean of a population is calculated by: Multiplying the score or observations and then dividing by the total number of scores Adding the score or observations and then dividing by the total number of scores
Population mean is typically: Known Is always 1 Is a qualitative data Undetermined Calculate the mean of a sample with data of {-3, - 5, 8, 11, and 13} 24 8 5