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A ______ SAMPLE IS A SAMPLE IN WHICH EACH MEMBER

A ______ SAMPLE IS A SAMPLE IN WHICH EACH MEMBER

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Question 1
 
A ______ sample is a sample in which each member of the population has a known, nonzero, chance of being selected for the sample.
 
probability

 
systematic

 
 
simple random 

 
convenience

 
 
Question 2
In _______ sampling, we divide the population into mutually exclusive groups and randomly sample from each of these groups.
 
stratified

 
cluster

 
 
probability

 
simple random

 
 
Question 3
Deanna has been hired to visit the local shopping mall to conduct a survey about the upcoming political election. She needs to select respondents at the mall and ask them questions about their voting tendencies. Deanna decides to walk around the mall and select shoppers to participate. Which of the following sampling techniques best describes Deanna's method?
 
convenience

 
systematic

 
 
simple random

 
stratified

 
Question 4
The average weight of the entire batch of the boxes of cereal filled today was 20.15 ounces. A random sample of four boxes was selected with the following weights: 20.05, 20.56, 20.72, and 20.43. The sampling error for this sample is _______.


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