# Review Quiz

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- Q1
•Personswho have been invited to participate in a particular study and have taken partin the study.

narrative

sample

case study

population

30s - Q2
2. This sample consists of units of thepopulation that are easily accessible.

CLUSTER

OBSERVATIONAL

CONVENIENCE

VOLUNTEER

30s - Q3
3. Every possible group of units of the required size has the same chance of being the selected sample as any other sample of the sample size.

STRATIFIED RANDOM

SIMPLE RANDOM

SYSTEMATIC RANDOM

THOUGHTFUL

30s - Q4
4. It is the method where the samples arerandomly selected from the different strata of the population used in thestudy. The population can be divided into sub-populations or strata accordingto various factors such as age, sex, economic status and so on.

Experimental

Cluster

Judgment

Stratified

30s - Q5
5. Units of the population are ordered insome fashion. Usually, every k-th unit is chosen.

PROPORTIONAL

STRATIFIED

SYSTEMATIC.

PROBABLE

30s - Q6
6. Identify the sampling design: The LFCCregistrar wants to investigate attitudes of their graduates. The registrarrandomly selects 100 names from each of the four past graduating students.

SIMPLE RANDOM

CLUSTER

VOLUNTEER

STRATIFIED

30s - Q7
7. Identify the sampling design: schooladmin conducted a survey on post-graduation plans, students of Senior Class of 2018 were listed in order by classrank. The school selected a random number between 1 and 15, obtaining a number11. then, they selected every 11thstudent for the survey

A.CLUSTER

A.SYSTEMATIC

VOLUNTEER

SIMPLE RANDOM

30s - Q8
8. Identify the sampling design: Mr. Wongputs all of his students’ names in a hat andrandomly selects one without looking.

SIMPLE RANDOM

VOLUNTEER

CLUSTER

SYSTEMATIC

30s - Q9
9. Identify the sampling design: Student government randomly samples 25 students of each of the four classes.

SIMPLE RANDOM

STRATIFIED

SYSTEMATIC

VOLUNTEER

30s - Q10
10. Identify the sampling design: Mr.Kang asks Mr. Right, his neighbor, who his favorite America’s Got talentcontestant is.

UNBIASED

STRATIFIED

CONVENIENCE

CLUSTER

30s