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The median provides a clearer picture of the middle or half-way point in a data set, especially when the entire data set is not open for analysis, i.e., the median price of housing in a city, as a statistical value standing alone to characterize that city's housing market. In such a case, the median ...
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All are partially correct, but the most accurate is "random sampling and sampling distributions"

Does the dependent variable change?

Yes, the dependent variable changes. Dependent means the variable depends on something else in the equation. If you have a simple line equation on a cartesian plane its equation might be y=2x. X is the independent variable meaning it can take any value. h depends on the value of x. if x=4 then ...