Explain the difference between a population and a process. Choose the correct answer below.

Explain the difference between a population and a process.

Choose the correct answer below.

A.      A population is a set of existing units. A process is a subset of the units of a population.

B.      A process is categorical in nature. A population is numerical in nature.

C.      A population is a set of existing units. A process produces or generates output over time.

 

D.      A process produces or generates output over time. A population is a process whose operations or actions are unknown or unspecified.

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