Samples of size n = 400 are taken from a telephone survey, and the range of television watching hours per week is found for each sample. What is the distribution of the sample ranges?

miss11thgrade, there isn't actually enough information here for me to answer sufficiently.

I can tell you that if a billion samples of n=400 were taken, then the distribution of sample ranges is close to approaching 400. This is because as the samples taken approaches infinity-- where here, it appears to-- the relative distribution (n=400) approaches the frequency distribution. This means that if you take enough samples, every data point will be suficiently different, and you will have 400 data points.

If there were a picture associated with this, I can answer this question more specifically :)

May 23rd, 2015

Let's continue this conversation here. These questions place a 20 minute limit on the first response, so I had to respond with what info I had.

Now, however, we can continue. Was there a picture associated with this question?