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Sampling Methods Class 11 MCQ Questions With Answers
1.
Units of the population are grouped; one or more groups are selected at random. All units of that group are included in the sample.
cluster sample
simple random
stratified
proportional
2.
Identify the sampling design: Mr. Rhoades puts all of his students' names in a hat and randomly selects one without looking.
cluster
volunteer
systematic
simple random
3.
Leslie wants to find out what show students watch the most. She surveyed the 9 youngest students in the elementary school. Is this sample of the students in the school likely to be representative?
yes
no
Mr. Shinn, I have no idea!
All of above
4.
Identify the sampling design: Mr. Rhoades asks Mr. May, his neighbor, who his favorite America's Got Talent contestant is
cluster
unbiased
stratified
convenience
5.
The conductor has control over the environment in this setting
experiment
observational study
population
sample
6.
Identify the sampling design: Student government randomly samples 25 students of each of the four classes.
stratified
volunteer
systematic
simple random
7.
This sample consists of units of the population that are easily accessible.
Cluster
Convenience
Volunteer
Observational
8.
This sample consists of units of the population that chose to respond.
mandatory
census
volunteer
unbiased
9.
Units of the population are ordered in some fashion. Usually, every k-th unit is chosen.
proportional
probable
stratified
systematic
10.
This sample is selected by dividing the population into subgroups and then taking a fixed number of units from each group using the simple random sample.
stratified
cluster
judgment
experimental
11.
Identify the sampling design: A campaign intern makes phone calls to ask questions to registered voters regarding their intention to vote on election day.
cluster
volunteer
systematic
simple random
12.
Elise, a supermarket employee, approached 50 random customers and asked whether they would be willing to discuss what they like most about the store. She interviewed the 22 who said yes. Is this sample of the supermarket's customers likely to be biased?
yes
no
13.
The conductor has no input or control over the environment in this situation
census
observational study
experiment
judgment
14.
Identify the sampling design: SCPS wants to survey its employees. They pick 4 schools from the county and survey every single employee in each of the 4 buildings.
cluster
volunteer
systematic
simple random
15.
Identify the sampling design: Mr. Rhoades asks his roommate what his favorite TV show is
cluster
unbiased
stratified
convenience
16.
Cluster, stratified, simple random, systematic, and proportional are all types of
convenience samples
biased samples
haphazard samples
unbiased samples
17.
This method produces values that systematically differ from the population being sampled.
valid sample
variable sample
biased sample
cluster sample
18.
This sample consists of the entire population
convenience
census
cluster
simple
19.
Every possible group of units of the required size has the same chance of being the selected sample as any other sample of the same size.
Simple Random
Thoughtful
Typical
Proportional
20.
Identify the sampling design: The LFCC registrar wants to investigate attitudes of their graduates. The registrar randomly selects 100 names from each of the four past graduating classes.
cluster
volunteer
stratified
simple random
21.
Identify the sampling design: School admin conducted a survey on post-graduation plans. Students of senior class 2018 were listed in order by class rank. The school selected a random number between 1 and 15, obtaining a number 11. Then, they selected every 11th student for the survey.
cluster
volunteer
systematic
simple random
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