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Unformatted text preview: Quiz 7 Post-Lecture, Question 1 One of the reasons for taking a sample instead of conducting a census is this: A. A sample is difficult to take. B. A sample is more accurate than census. C. A sample can not be trusted. D. Accessing the population may be impossible. Post-Lecture, Question 2 A type of random sampling in which the population is divided into non-overlapping subpopulations is called __________. A. systematic random sampling B. stratified random sampling C. regulatory sampling D. cluster sampling Post-Lecture, Question 3 A type of random sampling in which the population is divided into non-overlapping areas is called __________. A. systematic random sampling B. cluster sampling C. regulatory sampling D. stratified random sampling Post-Lecture, Question 4 Sampling error is caused by __________. A. wrong analysis B. missing data C. pure chance D. recording errors Post-Lecture, Question 5 Quiz 7 If reasonably large sized samples (i.e., samples of 30 elements or more) are drawn from a uniform distribution, If reasonably large sized samples (i....
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2010 for the course STAT 201 taught by Professor Kim during the Spring '09 term at American Academy of Art.
- Spring '09