*Question 13A polling company reported that 37% of 1013 surveyed adults said that secondhand smoke is "quite annoying." Complete parts (a) through (d) below.a.What is the exact value that is 37% of 1013? (Type an integer or a decimal.)b.Could the result from part (a) be the actual number of adults who said that secondhand smoke is "quiteannoying"? Why or why not?c.What could be the actual number of adults who said that secondhand smoke is "quite annoying"? (Typean integer or a decimal.)d.Among the 1013 respondents, 145 said that secondhand smoke is "not at all annoying." What percentage of respondents said that secondhand smoke is "not at all annoying"? (Round to two decimal places as needed.)Question 14
An ad for airbags claimed that proper usage of airbags "reduces the chance of fatality in a car crash by400 percent." What is wrong with this statement?Choose the correct answer below.A.If airbags eliminated all fatalities, it would result in a 100% reduction, so it is not possible to reduce fatalities by more than 100%B. If fatalities fell by 100%, it would be cut in half. Thus, a decrease of 200% means that it would be totallyeliminated, and a decrease of more than 200% is impossible.C. The statement does not mention the initial amount of fatalities.D. The actual amount of the decrease in fatalities is less than 100%.Question 15Which of the following is typically the least important factor to consider when conducting a statistical analysis of data?Choose the correct answer below.Question 16Which of the following is NOT a voluntary response sample?Choose the correct answer below.