Asked in Society and Civilization
Society and Civilization
What is the representative to population ratio?
What is the average expense to sales ratio for a sales representative?
The average expense to sales ratio for Pharmaceutical sales representative is around 8 to 12 % in Pakistan ...
Asked in Genetics
In what way is a gene pool representative of a population?
A "gene representative" of a population would be an organism that best fits the mold and criteria for healthy, progressive reproduction. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability
What does it mean for a sample to representative of a population?
That the key characteristics of the population are reflected in the sample. ...
Asked in Statistics, Probability
What is difference between sample and representative sample?
A sample is any subset of the total population. A representative sample is one that is chosen so that its characteristics are similar to that of the population. ...
Asked in Science, Math and Arithmetic, Statistics
Why is it so important to have a representative sample?
If the sample is not representative of the population, then the characteristics of the sample are not the characteristics of the population. Example: If I want to estimate the percentage of the population that are men, and my sample is the school's football team, my estimate would be that 100% of the population is comprised of men. What went wrong with my survey ? Simple. The football team is not a representative sample of the population, at least not as regards gender. ...
Asked in US Congress
Does each state in US have four representative in the house of representatives?
No, the ratio of the number of each state's U.S. Representatives to the total of 435 Representatives is roughly equal to the ratio of the population of the state to the population of all of the states at the time of the most recent official census with a minimum of one Representative per state. The maximum is 53 (from California), the mean is 8.7, the median is 6 (from Kentucky and Louisiana), the mode is 1 (from Alaska, Delaware, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota,...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
Why is obtaining a representative sample important?
Many statistical statements for a population which are based on a sample are not valid if the sample is not representative. ...
Asked in Statistics, Economics
How do you calculate the employment-population-ratio?
Number of people employed divided by total population tells you what percent of the population is employed. If you have 10,000 people and 9,500 of them have jobs, then 95% of the population is employed (9500 / 10000 = .95). ...
Asked in US Congress
Does every state have to have two representatives in the house of representatives?
Every U. S. state has at least one U. S. Representative. The total number of Representatives depends on the ratio of the state's population to the population of all 50 states at the time of the last U. S. census. ...
How many sessions do the representatives of the house of representatives get per year?
It depends on the population of the state. It is 1 representative per about 600,000 people. So if you lose population you might lose a representative. If you gain population, you will get more representatives. ...
What will be the population ratio in India after 2050?
i think that indias population ratio in 2050 will be less than it is now coz ther every where appart from India ...
What is a genotypic-ratio?
A genotypic -ratio reflects the genetic configuration of an individual in the population. Several genotypes are possible in a phenotype and the ratio in which the genotypes segregate in a given phenotype is known as its genotypic ratio. ...