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Refer to the following paragraph to answer the questions below.
The Young Children's Charity would like to provide an accurate estimate of how much it costs to raise a child between the ages of 2 and 12 for its fund raising campaign. They contracted with you to find out how much households spent on raising a child in 1996. They gave you a list all 400,000 residential telephone customers in the area they will operate the campaign. You sampled every 400th address on the list. The Charity will have a survey company contact each household sampled and ask whether or not there is a child between 2 and 12 years of age living in the household. If there is, they will ask other questions and record the total amount spent raising a child during 1996.
-According to the central limit theorem used in inferential statistics

A) the bigger your sample, the better your results.
B) the best estimate of population parameters comes when one uses the inverse square of the z-probability distribution.
C) if you draw many random samples, the samples form a normal curve with the highest point of the distribution equal to the population parameter.
D) 90 percent of all samples drawn in a simple random manner will contain some error.

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