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135.True or False: Sampling error can be completely eliminated by taking larger sample sizes.TYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: DifficultKEYWORDS: sampling error136.True or False: Sampling error can be reduced by taking larger sample sizes.TYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: sampling error137.True or False: Chunk sample is a type of probability sample.TYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: chunk sample138.True or False: Items or individuals in a judgment sample are chosen with regard to their probability of occurrence.TYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: judgment sample, nonprobability sample139.True or False: When participants are allowed to self-select into the sample, you have a nonprobability sample.
214 Sampling DistributionsTrueTYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: nonprobability sample140.True or False: Systematic samples are less efficient than stratified sample.TYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: systematic sample, stratified sample141.True or False: The professor of a business statistics class wanted to find out the average amount of time per week her students spent studying for the class. Among the 50 students in her class, 20% were freshmen, 50% were sophomores and 30% were juniors. She decided to draw 2 students randomly from the freshmen, 5 randomly from the sophomores and 3 randomly from the juniors. This is an example of a systematic sample.TYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: ModerateKEYWORDS: stratified sample142.________ results from the exclusion of certain groups of subjects from a population frame.ANSWER:Coverage errorTYPE: FI DIFFICULTY: Difficult KEYWORDS: coverage error, survey worthiness143.Coverage error results in a ________.TYPE: FI DIFFICULTY: Difficult KEYWORDS: selection bias, survey worthiness144.________ results from the failure to collect data on all subjects in the sample.TYPE: FI DIFFICULTY: ModerateKEYWORDS: nonresponse error, survey worthiness145.The sampling process begins by locating appropriate data sources called ___________.TYPE: FI DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: frames, sampling method146.True or False: If you randomly select a student from the first row of a business statistics class and then every other 5 students thereafter until you get a sample of 20 students, this is an example of a chunk sample.