Chap 12 quiz a - What does the term"population" refer to?...

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What does the term"population" refer to? the entire group under study as defined by research objectives What does a "sample" refer to? a subset of the population that suitably represents that entire group What is a master list of the entire population called? a sample frame What is it called when members of the population have a known chance of being selected into the sample? probability sample With simple random sampling, the probability of being selected into the sample is equal for all members of the population. Which of the following is an example? You write 30 studentss names on index cards and put them inside a container. You thoroughly mix the cards up and take out 10 cards as the sample. Which of the following is true about nonprobability sampling methods? Some members of the population do not have any chance of being included in the sample. For a survey of freshmen opinion of the food at your college's cafeteria, which of the following best describes a convenience sample? The researcher (also the college's football coach) decides to draw the sample from the
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Chap 12 quiz a - What does the term"population" refer to?...

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