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179. visitor to an internet site asked to fill out a pop-up.......180. WA0270A.181. Measures that take only one of finite numberA. (WA0271)182. WA0274A. 183. WA0275A.184. (WA0277)a.185. Which of the following is a type of scheduleA. (WA0281)186. WA0283A.187. ____ Is known as multiplicative sampling or mixed samplingA. (WA0286)188. WA0288A.189. The step not included in planning research study is.190. If the research is done internationally, it is essential to _____the result
191. (WA0293)A.192. (WA0295)A.193. (WA0301)A.194. (WA0302)A.195. (WA0305)A. 196. All the following are advantages of survey research except.197. Janna discovers a market segment that is underserved by competitors’ product. For jann’s compny this segment represents.198. What its called when a researcher compares secondary data from one source with data from another199. All of the following are gaps that represent problems EXCEPT:200. Which of the following means that the decision maker has all information needed to make an optimal decision?201. When a research not conducted according to the plan.....what kind of error has occurred?202. .....researcher go about using knowledge and evidence to reach objective conclusions about the real world.203. _____ is conducted to address to specific business decisions for a specific firm.204. When manager reads publication like wall street journal business week to try to determine changes in competitive behaviour205. The process of developing and deciding among alternate way of resolving a problem or choosing from among alternative opportunities.206. Which of the following can be target of survey research technique.
207. Julius is gathering background information to familiarize himself with his new client’s decision-mak- ing environment. He is analyzing marketplace conditions and conducting interviews with employees of the company. Julius isconducting a208. In an observation study, when "shopping time in a supermarket" is defined as: "Using a stopwatch, start the stopwatch the moment the customer enters the store and stop the stopwatch as soon as the cus- tomer is handed a receipt by the checkout clerk," this is best described as an example of a(n):