How to Convince Investors - Paul Graham
Suppose we would like to survey the residents of a small town (pop. 10,000) for their feelings about money and happiness. Our sample size will be n=100. Let X represent the sample, chosen using the strategies below. For which of these strategies would it be appropriate to assign the uniform distribution (i.e., any set of 100 people is just as likely as any other) to X? If it is appropriate, what probability should we assign to each possible sample? (a) Take the first 100 people who walk by you on the street. (b) Ask the town hall to sort the people by their Social Security number or some other form of identification, and then take the first 100 in the resulting list. (c) Ask the town hall for a set of cards, with each card containing the name of exactly one resident, and with each person appearing on exactly one card. Throw the cards out of a third-story window, then walk outside and pick up the first 100 cards that you find.
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But I have a question about personal pronouns.
Can we use personal pronouns in our essay.
For example, If I want to say, “We will get fat, if we eat too much junk food.”or should I write that as ” People will get fat, If they eat too much junk food”
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Can I write an essay on the necessity of law in the first paragraph and talk about the importance of educating people the benefits of recycling in the second paragraph?