TRUE OR FALSE The margin of error of a confidence interval is the error from using volunteer sampling methods. True or False

## Answer

## General guidance

The confidence interval formula is,

## Step-by-step

### Step 1 of 2

The objective of the problem is obtained below. The margin of error is obtained by multiplying the standard error with critical value. It is used to obtain the confidence interval. The sampling error can be obtained while collecting a sample.

The objective of the problem is to obtain the statement ‘margin of error of a confidence interval is the error from using volunteer sampling methods’ True or False.

### Step 2 of 2

The statement ‘margin of error of a confidence interval is the error from using volunteer sampling methods’ True or False is obtained below.

The margin of error of a confidence interval is not an error from using volunteer sampling methods. The margin of error is used to calculate the confidence interval of a parameter. The margin of error is obtained by multiplying the critical value with standard error of the statistic value.

**False, the margin of error of a confidence interval is the error from using volunteer sampling methods.**

The margin of error is used to estimate the confidence interval of a parameter at a required confidence level. The margin of error is product of standard error and critical value.

### Answer

**False, the margin of error of a confidence interval is the error from using volunteer sampling methods.**

### Answer only

**False, the margin of error of a confidence interval is the error from using volunteer sampling methods.**