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Book edition Student Edition
Author(s) Carter, Cuevas, Day, Holiday, Luchin
Pages 801 pages
ISBN 9780078884801 # MULTIPLE CHOICE On a multiple-choice test with four choices, Zack answered 12 out of 20 questions correctly. What could be used to simulate his correctly answering a question. What could be used to simulate his correctly answering a question?$\mathbit{A}$ tossing a coin$\mathbit{B}$ rolling a six-sided number cube$\mathbit{C}$ spinning a spinner with four equal sections$\mathbit{D}$ rolling a three-sided number cube

To simulate Zack’s correctly answering a question, spinning a spinner with four equal sections is used.

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## Step 1. Identify sample.

A sample is some portion of a large group. Here, the sample is a one choice.

## Step 2. Suggest population.

Population is a larger part, of which sample is some portion. Here, population is four choices.

## Step 3. Data collection.

Here, the data are from the choice on the spinner. Therefore, it is an observational study.

To simulate Zack’s correctly answering a question, spinning a spinner with four equal sections is used. Therefore, option C is the required answer. ### Want to see more solutions like these? 