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CHAPTER 3
Simple Random Sampling:
Related Topics
3.1
Introduction
This chapter contains topics of general interest both in sample surveys and
for an
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CHAPTER 5
Stratification
5.1
Introduction
Each layer of a rock is a stratum, and the layers are the strata. There
is usually a good deal of uniformity
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CHAPTER 7
Cluster Sampling
7.1
Introduction
A cluster is usually a large unit consisting of smaller units, also known
as the elements. Cities, city b
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CHAPTER 8
Sampling in Two Stages
8.1
Introduction
For the single-stage cluster sampling discussed in the last chapter,
observations are obtained from
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CHAPTER 2
Simple Random Sampling: Estimation
of Means and Totals
2.1
Introduction
Simple random sampling is the simplest probability sampling proce
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CHAPTER 4
Proportions, Percentages, and Counts
4.1
Introduction
Employment rates, educational levels, economic status, and health
conditions of the
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CHAPTER 6
Subpopulations
6.1
Introduction
From the observations of a sample drawn from a population or region,
estimates for the totals, means, and
Econ 327 (001)
Winter Session Term I, 2017
M. Vaney
Problem Set 2
This problem set is due Tuesday October 17 at the start of lecture.
1. Suppose that a random variable X has a discrete distribution wi
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CHAPTER 9
Ratios and Ratio Estimators
9.1
Introduction
For the math ( yi) and verbal (xi) scores examined in Chapter 2, the
ratio of the math to verb