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StatisticsQ&A LibraryInsurance companies are interested in the average health costs each year for their clients, so that they can determine the costs of health insurance. Match the vocabulary word with its corresponding example. The cost each year for health care All of the insurance company's clients The 400 clients that the insurance company included in this study The average health care cost each year for the 400 clients that the insurance company included in this study The average health care cost each year for all of the insurance company's clients The list of the 400 annual health care costs for the clients that the insurance company include in the study Population Sample Statistic Variable Parameter DataStart your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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Insurance companies are interested in the average health costs each year for their clients, so that they can determine the costs of health insurance. Match the vocabulary word with its corresponding example.

- The cost each year for health care
- All of the insurance company's clients
- The 400 clients that the insurance company included in this study
- The average health care cost each year for the 400 clients that the insurance company included in this study
- The average health care cost each year for all of the insurance company's clients
- The list of the 400 annual health care costs for the clients that the insurance company include in the study

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