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Unformatted text preview: disadvantages of systematic random sampling 38. Give illustrations of situations where systematic sampling is used. 39. A population of size 800 is divided into 3 strata of sizes 300, 200, 300 respectively. A stratified sample size of 160 is to be drawn from the population. Determine the sizes of the samples from each stratum under proportional allocation. 40. Using the random number table, make a random number selection of 8 plots out of 80 plots in an area. 41. There are 50 houses in a street. Select a sample of10 houses for a particular study using systematic sampling. IV. Suggested activities: 42. (a) List any five sampling techniques used in your environment (b) List any five situations where we adopt census method.(i.e) complete enumeration). 24 43. Select a sample of students in your school (for a particular competition function) at primary, secondary higher secondary levels using stratified sampling using proportional allocation. 44. Select a sample of 5 students from your class attendance register using method of systematic sampling. Answers: I. 1. (d) 2.(b) 3. (c) 4.(d) 5.(d) 6.(c) II. 7. infinite 8. complete enumeration or census 9. sampling error 10. sampling frame 11.heterogeneous or Non- homogeneous 12. complete enumeration 13. systematic 14. simple random POPULATION OF INDIA 2001 POPULATION OF INDIA 2001 India/State/ Union territories* INDIA 1,2 Andaman & Nicobar Is.* Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chandigarh* PERSONS MALES Sex ratio Population (females Variation per FEMALES 1991-2001 thousand males) 1,027,015,247 531,277,078 495,738,169 21.34 933 356,265 192,985 163,280 26.94 846 75,727,541 38,286,811 37,440,730 13.86 978 1,091,117 573,951 517,166 26.21 901 26,638,407 82,878,796 900,914 13,787,799 43,153,964 508,224 12,850,608 39,724,832 392,690 18.85 28.43 40.33 932 921 773 25 Chhatisgarh Dadra & Nagar Haveli* Daman & Diu* Delhi* Goa Gujarat 5 20,795,956 10,452,426 10,343,530 18.06 990 220,451 121,731 98,720 59.20 811 158,059 92,478...
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2014 for the course BUS 100 taught by Professor Moshiri during the Winter '08 term at UC Riverside.

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