**2. Correct. The
answer is true**

The numbers of samples of size 25 which could be obtained
theoretically from a group of 3500 students with replacement are (3500)^{25 }and
_{3500}C_{25}, which are much larger than 80. Hence we do not
get a true sampling distribution of means but only an *experimental*
sampling distribution. Nevertheless, since the number of samples is large,
there should be close agreement between the two sampling distributions. Hence
the expected mean and standard deviation would be close to those of the
theoretical distribution. Thus we have

μ_{sample}_{ mean}=μ=67.0
inches and s_{sample
mean}=s/(n)^{0.5}=3/(25)^{0.5}=0.6
inches.