Top Posters
Since Sunday
5
M
4
4
k
4
j
4
k
3
e
3
t
3
R
3
k
3
H
3
i
3
New Topic  
nevermind11111 nevermind11111
wrote...
Posts: 124
Rep: 0 0
A year ago
We wish to model a sampling situation from a population of 100 samples, where each will be evaluated as either a success or a failure. The proportion of “successes” in the population is known, and a sample without replacement is to be selected. It is proposed to use a binomial random variable to model probability in this model. Which of the following statements is accurate concerning this situation?


A binomial random variable would be accurate as long as the sampling process used is identical for each trial.



A geometric random variable would be better in this situation because the population is small and the sampling is without replacement.



A hypergeometric random variable would be better in this situation because the population is small and the sampling is without replacement.



A supergeometric random variable would be better in this situation because the population is small and the sampling is without replacement.

Textbook 
Introductory Statistics: A Problem-Solving Approach

Introductory Statistics: A Problem-Solving Approach


Edition: 3rd
Author:
Read 35 times
1 Reply
Replies
Answer verified by a subject expert
yoyoguyyoyoguy
wrote...
Posts: 125
Rep: 0 0
A year ago
Sign in or Sign up in seconds to unlock everything for free
More solutions for this book are available here
1

Related Topics

wrote...

A year ago
This calls for a celebration Person Raising Both Hands in Celebration
wrote...

Yesterday
Thanks
wrote...

2 hours ago
Good timing, thanks!
New Topic      
Explore
Post your homework questions and get free online help from our incredible volunteers
  808 People Browsing
 161 Signed Up Today
Related Images
  
 406
  
 478
  
 116
Your Opinion
Which of the following is the best resource to supplement your studies:
Votes: 178

Previous poll results: Who's your favorite biologist?