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Question 1 2.01 out of 3 points To study the relationship between job demands and the effects on nurses’ health working in mental health wards, 555 nurses working in mental health wards were surveyed. From the data collected, it was possible to quantify job demands and the extent of end-of-day fatigue. The researchers concluded that increased job demands are associated with increased of end- of-day fatigue. A. Identify the population from which the sample was selected. B. Identify the variables being measured. C. Identify the sample. o Question Correct Match Selected Match A B. all nurses working in mental health wards B. all nurses working in mental health wards B J. job demands and extent of end-of-day fatigue G. job demands and job strain C H. 555 nurses working in mental health wards H. 555 nurses working in mental health wards o All Answer Choices A. extent of end-of-day fatigue B. all nurses working in mental health wards C. all nurses experiencing job strain D. 555 nurses E. job demands F. all nurses G. job demands and job strain H. 555 nurses working in mental health wards
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I. 555 nurses experiencing job strain J. job demands and extent of end-of-day fatigue K. high job demands and greater fatigue o Question 2 0 out of 2 points Consider the following statements: A. If the frame from which the sample is selected displays a pattern, then using systematic sampling could lead to an unrepresentative sample being selected. B. In both cluster sampling and stratified sampling the population is first divided into homogenous stratum.
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