### Sampling And Reasoning

Mr. Galan

Words from Unit 1 of Integrated Mathematics 2

 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Across
2.A sample selected by placing the population into a list, then using a system to select each member
6.Thinking. Making decisions, conjectures, and conclusions
9.Reasoning based on experiments, observations, and trial and error
10.A sample selected by dividing the population into groups, then selecting a group
14.When a sample has more of one group
15.A sample selected so that every member of the population has a chance of being selected
16.A complete Group
19.Reasoning based on accepted rules, definitions, and logic
Down
1.A sample selected by dividing the population into groups, then selecting from each group
2.Number of participants in a survey
3.Collection of information about a sample
4.Collection of information about a population
5.When a sample has few of one group
7.A statement of the form if-then
8.A sample selected so that it is convenient to researcher
11.A statement, opinion, hypothesis, or conclusion that could be proven true or false
12.The chances that something happens
13.An experiment to test the outcome of a survey or an actual event
17.A part of a group
18.A sample that is either overrepresented or underrepresented

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