Identify each sample, suggest a population from which it was selected, and state whether it is unbiased (random) or biased. If unbiased, classify the sample as simple, stratified, or systematic. If biased, classify as convenience or voluntary response.

Q&ACategory: MathematicsIdentify each sample, suggest a population from which it was selected, and state whether it is unbiased (random) or biased. If unbiased, classify the sample as simple, stratified, or systematic. If biased, classify as convenience or voluntary response.
Ambikha asked 4 months ago

1. On a survey on environmental issues:
a. “Due to diminishing resources, should a law be made to require recycling?”
b. “Should the government require citizens to participate in recycling efforts?”
2. On a survey on education:
a. “Should schools fund extracurricular sports programs?”
b. “The budget of the River Valley School District is short of funds. Should taxes be
raised in order for the district to fund extracurricular sports programs?”
3. Suppose you want to determine whether to serve hamburgers or pizza at the class party.
a. Write a survey question that would likely produce biased results.
b. Write a survey question that would likely produce unbiased results.