What is the difference between a sample and a population? (a) A sample contains all data you want to


 What is the dissimilitude among a scantling and a population?

 (a) A scantling contains all axioms you lack to evaluate, while a population contains a duty of axioms serviceable.

(b) A population contains all axioms you lack to evaluate, while a scantling contains a duty of the axioms.

(c) A scantling contains all axioms from the population except statistical outliers.

 (d) There is no dissimilitude.