The example of a statistical question is:
Question 4: How old are the students in math class?Step-by-step explanation:
A statistical question is one which is based over the data which is sampled or collected such that there is a variability in the data.
Here the first three questions i.e.
Question 1How old am I?
Question 2How old is the teacher?
Question 3How old will I be after my next birthday?
are not based over the sample these are based over a individual and not over the data or population. Hence, they are invalid.
The statistical question is:
D) Question: 4
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Evolution is the process by which populations of organisms change over generations. Genetic variations underlie these changes.
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A lunar eclipse can only occur at the time of Full Moon.
“The captains needed to keep the slaves in acceptable physical condition if they were to be sold at high prices, so each morning after breakfast the slaves were “danced” on deck, in order to give them exercise. Still shackled together, the men were forced to jump up and down until often the flesh of their ankles was raw and bleeding from the iron chains from which bound them together. The women and children, who were free of such bonds were better able to dance to the rhythm that was pounded out on an African drum or iron kettle, sometimes with the accompaniment of a fiddle or African banjo played by a crew member. The slaves, otherwise kept miserable in the “tween decks”, enjoyed this dancing, as it was their only form of physical recreation during the entire day. Each day at sunset the slaves would be placed back below deck to rest in the misery and filth that was the “tween decks.” “
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1) were treated badly