The Five Elements of Inferential Statistical Problems are as follows: 1. The population: It is basically set of units of interest. 2. One or more variables: These are characteristics or properties of the unit in the population. 3. The sample of population units: Which is a subset of population units. 4. The inference about the population based on information contained in the sample. 5. A measure of the reliability of the inference.
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