MATH SOLVE

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# Madison randomly surveyed 50 students at her high school about their favorite color, and 18 students chose blue. Madison concluded that blue was the favorite color of 720 students in her entire high school of 2000 students. Choose ,begin emphasis,all,end emphasis, of the statements that accurately describe the sample and population from Madison's survey. A. The sample of 50 students comes from the population of 2000 students. B. The sample value of 18 is an estimate of students from the survey whose favorite color is blue. C. The sample value of 18 is the exact number of students from the survey whose favorite color is blue. D. The population value of 720 is an estimate of students in the entire school whose favorite color is blue. E. The population value of 720 is the exact number of students in the entire school whose favorite color is blue.

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The true statements about the Madison random survey of the 50 students are (a), (c) and (d)How to interpret the values in the survey?From the question, we understand that 50 of the high school students were surveyed.This means that, the 50 students represent a sample of the 2000 students (option A is true)Also, we have that 18 students of the 50 students chose blue.This means that 18 represents the result of those that chose blue as their favorite color (option C is true)Lastly, the value 720 is an estimate of the total number of students in the school that will choose blue as their favorite color This means that option (D) is also trueHence, the true statements about the survey are (a), (c) and (d)Read more about surveys at: