• #### 1.  Asking the first 10 students that you see from each year group in a school is an example of...

• Simple random sampling
• Opportunity sampling
• Systematic sampling
• Quota sampling
• #### 2.  Randomly selecting 3 classes from a school and then investigating these classes further is an example of...

• Simple random sampling
• Cluster sampling
• Systematic sampling
• Stratified sampling
• #### 3.  You want to ask 100 students their opinions on school dinners so question the first 100 students to enter the dinner hall at lunch time. This is an example of...

• Random sampling
• Cluster sampling
• Opportunity sampling
• Self-selected sampling
• #### 4.  Which of the following is the best definition of a simple random sample?

• A sample created using random numbers
• A sample where the simplest method of sampling is used
• A sample which is representative of the population
• A sample where each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected
• #### 5.  Select all descriptions that apply to systematic sampling

• Random
• Requires a sampling frame
• Can be biased
• All of above
• #### 6.  Randomly selecting 10 students from each year group in a school is an example of...

• Simple random sampling
• Stratified sampling
• Systematic sampling
• Quota sampling
• #### 7.  Selecting every 10th item in the population is an example of a ...

• Systematic sample
• Cluster sample
• Stratified sample
• Random sample
• #### 8.  Interview every 10th student who enters the school in the morning.

• simple random
• voluntary response
• systematic
• convenience

• Stratified.
• Systematic
• Cluster
• Biased.
• #### 10.  A teacher wants to know how well her students are doing on a topic. She randomly picks one class to survey.

• Simple Random
• Cluster
• Stratified
• Systematic
• #### 11.  A ___ is a small portion of the population used to gather data from.

• Systematic Sampling Method
• Sample
• Population
• Bias
• #### 12.  A ___ is a large group that includes everything being studied.

• Sample
• Stratified Sampling Method
• Population
• Voluntary-Response
• #### 13.  Political webpages often allow readers to rate (if they want to) whether they strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the President's decision on any given situation. This is a form of:

• Self-Selected
• Convenience Sampling
• Simple Random Sampling
• Systematic Random Sampling
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