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    A. What is the implied population?

    b. What is the sample?

    2. Draw a bar chart/graph for the following data

    3. Find the mean, median, mode and standard deviation of the data from problem 2.

    4. Find the probabilities for the random variable x

    5. Find the mean, mode and standard deviation for the data in problem 4.

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    Hi there,

    I will advise you how to do the problem step by step, but I won't solve it for you. With the help, it will be easy for your to solve on your own.

    1)What is the population.

    In stats, the population is everyone in the sample - which means ALL university students. Imagine in USA how many university students there are - way too many to poll.

    2) what is the sample

    Since it is impossible to poll every single university student, you take a random sample of students - in this case 30

    3) draw a bar chart
    The first thing you should do is to place the tuition fees in order from highest to lowest.

    Then you can see the range of ...

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    The solution addresses implied population, sample, mean, median and mode.