1. In a college of 1000 girls, the dean wanted to choose a sample of 30 girls to represent the whole school. She wanted to determine average height. Which survey would get the best results? A. Choose 30 girls on the basketball team. B. Choose 30 girls in the cafeteria at noon. C. Choose 30 gymnasts at the school. D. Choose every third girl out of 100 randomly selected names. Hint 2. Using the results of the survey, out of 9,000 customers how many should the manager expect to visit late on weekends? A. 3,060 B. 2,790 C. 5,940 D. 6,210 Hint 3. A polling service wants to choose a sample of 1,000 registered voters to check the popularity of a local Republican mayor. Which survey would yield the most accurate results? A. Selecting 1,000 individuals from the local voter registration logs. B. Selecting 1,000 individuals from a neighboring state. C. Selecting 1,000 individuals from the local Republican party. D. Selecting 1,000 individuals from the local Democratic party. Hint 4. Roberto wants to take a survey on favorite foods. Which sample would give the most appropriate results? A. A poll of 30 customers at a fast food restaurant. B. A poll of 30 customers at a steak house. C. A random telephone poll of 30 people. D. A poll of 30 customers at a pizza restaurant. Hint 5. The week before an election, a telephone poll was conducted to see how registered voters would vote for Issue 1. The table shows the results of the five-day poll. What percent of registered voters said they would vote yes on Issue 1? A. 58.05% B. 76% C. 41.95% D. 67% Hint