1. A marketing company is conducting a survey to determine America's most popular professional football team. Where would they be most likely to obtain a random sample? A. at a Cleveland Browns game B. by calling people from around the country on the telephone C. Chicago's O'Hare Airport D. in front of the White House Hint 2. If you are conducting a survey to determine people's favorite actor, at which location should you not conduct your survey? A. in front of a theater on opening night of the latest comedy B. grocery store C. post office D. video store Hint 3. Rosa conducted a survey of students' favorite types of music. The results are shown in the table. Of the 550 students in the whole school, how many would you expect to prefer Pop/Rock? A. 264 B. 396 C. 132 D. 154 Hint 4. Suppose you wanted to survey the favorite music of people in your school. Which method would produce a random sample? A. surveying a group of people outside of a country music concert B. surveying your best friends C. surveying the kids in your home room D. surveying the kids at one table at lunch Hint 5. Anna conducted a survey of the number of people in her yoga class with glasses or contacts. The people in the yoga classes were randomly distributed, and there were 256 people in all the classes. If Anna counted 24 out of 32 people in her class with glasses or contacts, how many people would be expected to have glasses or contacts in all the classes? A. 212 people B. 425 people C. 192 people D. 341 people Hint