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Displaying by Type of Data

Organize real-world survey results.

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In statistics, the population is the entire group of interest from which the sample is drawn.

Random Sample

A random sample is a subset of a population for which each member of the population has an equal chance of being chosen.


A sample is a specified part of a population, intended to represent the population as a whole.


A survey is a method of collecting data where you ask a sample of people the same question.

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