L12 Notes_Part_13 - PPS Sampling Chapter 16 P7 use a 10%...

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PPS Sampling Chapter 16 P7 – use a 10% ARIA xi - yi = di di/xi Book Correct Difference Tainting Value Value (Error) Percentage 71330 60631 10699 15% 18996 17096 1900 10% 30081 21057 9024 30% 3555 1422 2133 60% Interval = BV/(n) = 2,500,000/(59) = 42,373 Tainting Factor di/xi Sample Interval I = BV/n Projected Misstatement I*(di/xi) 90% Upper Limit R(j)- R(j-1) Upper Misstatement I*[R(j)- R(j-1)](dj/xj) 1.00 42,373 $ NA 2.31 97,882 $ 0.60 42,373 25,424 1.6 (3.9 - 2.3) 40,678 0.30 42,373 12,712 1.4 (5.3 - 3.9) 17,797 0.10 42,373 4,237 1.4 (6.7 - 5.3) 5,932 NA 42,373 NA 10,699 Upper Misstatement Limit 172,988 $
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Classical Variable Sampling Two Statistical Sampling Approaches A. PPS - probability proportional to size (e.g., DUS, monetary unit sampling, cumulative monetary amount sampling). This approach is based on attribute sampling theory. It was developed for auditors in the last 30 years and is used almost all of the time today. Hypergeometric distribution. B.
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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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