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### MCQS Sampling Techniques Quiz

- The sampling Error is
- The height distribution of a few students in a school is an example of
- The unbiased point estimator of the population mean is
- Bias is
- The sampling technique in which every element of the population has an equal, non-zero probability of being selected in a sample is called
- If the mean of the sampling distribution is equal to the parameters then estimators will be
- Probability distribution of $\overline{X}$ is called its
- The probability distribution of a statistic is called
- A magazine conducts a survey and asks its readers to cut the questionnaire from the magazine, fill it and send it via mail. It is a type of
- The standard error of mean is the standard deviation of the
- What best describes a sample size?
- In the data analysis process, how does a sample relate to a population?
- When working with sample data, what is the first step in the sampling process?
- Probability sampling uses ———— selection to generate a sample.
- A data professional is conducting an election poll. As a first step in the sampling process, they identify the target population. What is the second step in the sampling process?
- In a ———– sample, every member of a population is selected randomly and has an equal chance of being chosen.
- Non-probability sampling includes which of the following sampling methods?
- What term describes a probability distribution of a sample statistic?
- A data professional is conducting an employee satisfaction survey. First, they list all the employees alphabetically by first name. Then, they randomly choose a starting point on the list and pick every third name to be in the sample. What sampling method are they using?
- A restaurant wants to gather data about a new dish by giving out free samples and asking for feedback. Who should the restaurant give samples to?