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Simply Surveying

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You will use your Algebra II Journal opens in new window on this page.

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Algebra II Journal: Reflection 4

Respond to the following reflection questions in your Algebra II Journal opens in new window and submit to your teacher.

  • Return to the survey you designed (or selected) previously in this lesson. Explain why it is better to obtain a random sample of your population.
  • Justify why your survey produces a simple random sample.
  • Justify why your survey will be a statistically accurate representation of your intended population.
  • Conduct your survey, and organize the data you receive. You may choose to use a table, graph, etc.



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