# How do you tell if a question is statistical or not statistical?

## How do you tell if a question is statistical or not statistical?

A statistical question is a question that can be answered by collecting data that vary. For example, “How old am I?” is not a statistical question, but “How old are the students in my school?” is a statistical question.

**What are some examples of non-statistical questions?**

How many siblings do do the students in on Team Possible have living in their home? How many TV’s are in the homes of the people in your neighborhood? Are you hungry? How many minutes do 6th grade students typically spend on homework each week?

### What is a statistical question give an example and a non example?

o A statistical question anticipates variability in the response and can be answered by collecting data. Non-Example: “How much time do you spend watching TV each week?” No, it is a statistical question.

**What is the difference between statistical and non-statistical sampling?**

Statistical versus non-statistical sampling Statistical sampling allows each sampling unit to stand an equal chance of selection. The use of non-statistical sampling in audit sampling essentially removes this probability theory and is wholly dependent on the auditor’s judgment.

#### What does non-statistical mean?

: not of, relating to, based on, or employing the principles of statistics : not statistical a nonstatistical analysis Any sample where the sample items are not selected according to the laws of chance—that is, by probability sampling—is a nonstatistical sample.—

**Which is an example of a non-statistical question quizlet?**

Non-Statistical because it is only one moment and one person so there is only one answer. How many teeth does my mother have? Unless the mother constantly loses teeth this question is non-statistical because it is only asking about your mom not multiple moms.

## Are yes or no questions statistical questions?

In general, a statistical question is one in which the population is specified, variable answers are anticipated, and the question asks for interesting information. Many times, students will write questions which can be answered with only two choices: yes or no.

**What is non statistic?**

### What is statistical sampling and non-statistical sampling?

Statistical sampling is an approach to sampling that involves random selection of the sample items and the use of probability theory to evaluate the sample results, including the measurement of sampling risk. Any other approach is described as being ‘non-statistical’.

**What is a non-statistical sampling?**

Non-statistical sampling is the selection of a test group that is based on the examiner’s judgment, rather than a formal statistical method. For example, an examiner could use his own judgment to determine one or more of the following: The sample size.

#### Is a yes or no question a statistical question?

**Which is an example of a statistical question quizlet?**

A statistical question is a question that will have several different answers. For example, how tall are your classmates? This is a statistical question because you will have several different anwers.

## What makes a question statistical?

A statistical question is one that can be answered by collecting data and for which there will be variability in that data. Questions that are answered with a single data point are not statistical questions because there is no variability in the data used to answer the question.

**Which questions are statistical questions?**

The purpose of this task is to help students learn to distinguish between statistical questions and questions that are not statistical. A statistical question is one that can be answered by collecting data and where there will be variability in that data. This is different from a question that anticipates a deterministic answer. For example, “How many minutes do 6th grade students typically spend on homework each week?” is a statistical question.

### What is the definition of non – statistical?

Definition of nonstatistical. : not of, relating to, based on, or employing the principles of statistics : not statistical a nonstatistical analysis Any sample where the sample items are not selected according to the laws of chance—that is, by probability sampling—is a nonstatistical sample.— Howard Sibelman.

**Which question is a statistical question?**

A statistical question is a question that can be answered by collecting data that vary . For example, “How old am I?” is not a statistical question, but “How old are the students in my school?” is a statistical question. This is because to answer the second question, you would need to determine the ages of all students in your school