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0 / 1 ptsQuestion 1IncorrectIn January of 2003(group 1), 1188 out of 1500 spots were bare ground (no vegetation). Find the sampleproportion of bare ground spots.0.7920.11880.08490.5941 / 1 ptsQuestion 2
5/18/2017Module 3: Quiz: Crystal River Virtual Tour: STA2023: Introduction to Statistics I (completely online), Summer A/C 20172/4On Feb. 10th in 2010, 5.46% of the randomly selected spots had algae. Is 5.46% a statistic or a parameter?statisticparameter1 / 1 ptsQuestion 3On Feb. 19th, 2010, 4.13% of the randomly selected spots had potamogeton (a type of sea grass). Is 4.13% astatistic or a parameter?statisticparameter1 / 1 ptsQuestion 4Gender of the manatees could be an important variable when studying manatees. What type of variable isgender?categoricalquantitative1 / 1 ptsQuestion 5For each of the locations that the “pole with the cross bar” was thrown down, the height of the vegetation wasmeasured. What type of variable would this be?categoricalquantitative
5/18/2017Module 3: Quiz: Crystal River Virtual Tour: STA2023: Introduction to Statistics I (completely online), Summer A/C 20173/41 / 1 ptsQuestion 6In the video, Dr. Larkin describes taking data from 15 spots in the bay. Would this data be from a sample orfrom a population?samplepopulation1 / 1 ptsQuestion 7Dr. Iske Larkin stated that she had done some work on nutrition in Manatees. One of the questions that she