Drawing Inferences About A Population With an Unknown Characteristic 7th Grade Math Worksheets

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Definition:

Drawing inferences is very important especially in dealing with large number of population or sample data. In this worksheet, you will further understand how to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristics. 

Summary:

For you to further understand the topic, let’s recall the definition of the following  statistical terms.

  • Inference – is a conclusion you draw about something using  the data and information that you have.
  • Population –  Usually represents by  N. It refers to the totality of all elements or individuals that have something in common.
  • Sample – a set of data selected from population by a sampling procedure. It is smaller than population and can be easily managed and studied. 

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