2.Tennessee is particularly beautiful in October when the leaves begin to change color. At that time of year, a large proportion of cars on I-40 near Gatlinburg have out-of-state license plates. Suppose a Tennessee state trooper randomly selects 50 cars exiting at Exit 407 on I-40, records the state identified on the license plate, and calculates the proportion of cars with out-of-state license plates. Which of the following describes the sampling distribution of the sample proportion in this context? A.The distribution of state for all cars in the trooper’s sample of cars passing this exit.B.The distribution of state for all cars passing this exit. C.The distribution of the proportion of cars with out-of-state plates in all possible samples of 50 cars passing this exit. D.The distribution of the proportion of cars with out-of-state plates in the trooper’s sample of 50 cars passing this exit. 3.A polling organization wants to estimate the proportion of voters who favor a new law banning smoking in public buildings. The organization decides to increase the size of its random sample of voters from about 1500 people to about 4000 people right before an election. The effect of this increase is to B is true because it represents the true statistic and parameter Emma Wilson204-09-2020C describes the best scenario of the sample distribution of the sample proportionWith a larger sample you reduce the variability