L11 Notes_Part_11 - random Statistical Attribute Sampling...

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I. Pulling a Sample 1. Determine sample size 2. divide No. in the population = interval sample size 3. choose random start within interval 4. add interval to starting point and proceed 2. Systematic Sample Procedure A. Probabilistic Sample Selection Methods
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Systematic v. Random Sampling Advantages of systematic sampling 1. Easy to use 2. Items in numerical order Disadvantages of systematic sampling 1. Possible bias 2. Easy to circumvent A. Choose every 50 th one B. Error is every 51 st one C. This method requires the error be
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Unformatted text preview: random Statistical Attribute Sampling Plan I. Plan the Sample 1. State the objectives of the test and define the popn 2. Define attributes and exception conditions 3. Define the sampling unit 4. Specify TDR, ARO, and EDR 5. Determine sample size II. Pull the Sample 6. Select the sample 7. Perform audit procedures III. Evaluate the Sample 8. Generalize from the sample to the population 9. Analyze exceptions 10.Decide whether to rely on internal control...
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course ACG 5637 taught by Professor Monikacaushoulli during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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L11 Notes_Part_11 - random Statistical Attribute Sampling...

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