# Given the situation described, identify the type of sampling involved. Students at Local U are classified according to the progress toward their degree program as freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors and nonmatriculating, then random samples from each class are taken. I

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1. ## Math

Given the situation described, identify the type of sampling involved. Students at Local U are classified according to the progress toward their degree program as freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors and nonmatriculating, then random samples from each

asked by Jen on July 29, 2011
2. ## Math

Given the situation described, identify the type of sampling involved. Students at Local U are classified according to the progress toward their degree program as freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors and nonmatriculating, then random samples from each

asked by Jen on July 29, 2011
3. ## college math

Given the situation described, identify the type of sampling involved. A parish in Louisiana is divided geographically into school districts. A random sample from each of the school districts is selected

asked by lisa on September 11, 2010
4. ## statistics

You are randomly selecting 10 college students for an experiment. The population in which you are sampling has 78% of the students classified as Caucasian and 22% classified as Minority. What is the probability that all 10 students selected will be

asked by john on March 13, 2011
5. ## algebra

What type of sampling is this: Group the students in a local college by year and then randomly select 15 students from each group.

asked by shamir on June 6, 2017
6. ## Statistics

Suppose you want to figure out what to do with your degree in psychology. You ask some fellow students from your psychology program who recently graduated to find out what they are doing with their degree and how much it pays. What type of sampling is

asked by Tise on August 13, 2013
7. ## Human Resources

3. Design a Pilot Test. Following are descriptions of three situations in which a test has been developed. Read each situation and then design a pilot test. Answer the following questions about the pilot test: a. Who will take the test? b. What information

asked by Anonymous on August 5, 2014
8. ## Math

Identify the sampling method. You want to determine the number of text messages students at your school send in a month. You go to the cafeteria and randomly ask students as they come out of the lunch line. A. Random B. Systematic C. Stratified D. None of

asked by Lana on January 14, 2016

1)Identify the sampling method. You want to determine the number of text messages students at your school send in a month. You go to the cafeteria and randomly ask students as they come out of the lunch line. A)Random*** B)Systematic C)Stratified D)None of

asked by Sasha on June 1, 2015
10. ## AED200

Random student locker searches without permission Explain the responsibilities you have as a teacher in the issue you chose. What are the students' rights? Do you have a responsibility to limit their rights? Identify the rights and responsibilities you

asked by dawn on February 20, 2008
11. ## education

Student safety on field trips Do you have a responsibility to limit their rights? ·Identify the rights and responsibilities you will have as a teacher. How will your responsibilities as a teacher influence the rights of your students? Is it fair to

asked by scooby91320002 on July 16, 2008
12. ## aed

• Review the methods for monitoring student progress presented in Ch. 6 (pp. 187–191) of the text. Each method presents a monitoring strategy for a particular type of activity or situation in a classroom, such as learning centers or independent work.

asked by scooby on April 23, 2010
13. ## education-need help plz

do u know where i can find more infor on Student safety on field trips Do you have a responsibility to limit their rights? ·Identify the rights and responsibilities you will have as a teacher. How will your responsibilities as a teacher influence the

asked by scooby91320002 on July 17, 2008

In testing blood,three types of antigens are looked for:A,B and Rh.Every person is classified doubly. He is Rh positive if he has the Rh antigen, and Rh negative otherwise. He is type A,AB,or B depending on which of the antigens he has, with type 0 having

asked by Jamien on April 17, 2017
15. ## Math

Identify the sampling,method. You want to determine the number of text messages students at your school send in a month. You go to the cafeteria and ask every 4th student that walks in. a- random b- systemic c- stratified d-m none of these My answer is

asked by Steve on May 25, 2015
16. ## statistic

1.The state highway patrol stops every 5th car on highway 210 to check drivers' licenses and registrations. Which sampling technique are they using? systematic sampling -chose this one convenience sampling cluster sampling simple random sampling stratified

asked by bria on July 13, 2012
17. ## american education

*Random student locker searches without permission *Student safety on field trips Explain the responsibilities you have as a teacher in the issue you chose. What are the students' rights? Do you have a responsibility to limit their rights?Identify the

asked by scooby91320002 on July 18, 2008

Describe a work-related situation you feel could be improved. For example, you want to streamline the process for reimbursing employees, or you want to create a high-tech website for your small business but have no experience in programming or graphic

asked by mee on June 11, 2010
19. ## Finance

Describe a work-related situation you feel could be improved. For example, you want to streamline the process for reimbursing employees, or you want to create a high-tech website for your small business but have no experience in programming or graphic

asked by mee on June 11, 2010
20. ## AE

· Choose one of the following issues regarding students’ rights and teachers’ responsibilities: o Random student locker searches without permission ( I chose this one) o Student safety on field trips o Student news articles and freedom of speech ·

asked by scooby91320002 on March 28, 2009
21. ## statistics

Suppose that the ages of students at a particular university average 26 years with a standard deviation of 2.8 years. Consider the sampling distribution of the sample mean age of students in a sample of n = 49. The mean of the sampling distribution is

asked by Taylor on July 9, 2014
22. ## science linear equation

A theater is presenting a program on drinking and driving for students and their parents. The proceeds will be donated to a local alcohol information center. Admission is \$18 for parents and \$9 for students. However, this situation has two constraints: The

asked by Duke on October 25, 2013
23. ## Statistics

I am respectfully requesting help with the following assignment. I am struggling in this chapter of statistics... Define the term sample? A) A sample is a numeric characteristic of a sample B) A sample is a numeric characteristic of a population C) A

asked by Lisa on August 26, 2013
24. ## Algebra

In a school of 464 students, 89 students are in the band, 215 students are on sports teams, and 31 students participate in both activities. How many students are involved in neither band nor sports? A.160 students B.191 students C.249 students D.433

asked by Cassie on February 20, 2013
25. ## Math

Suppose you are researching the eating habits of people your age. What sampling method could you use to find the percent of students in your grade who eat five servings of fruit and vegetables each day? What is an example of a survey question that does not

asked by Harry on June 14, 2018
26. ## Algebra

Suppose you are researching the eating habits of people your age. What sampling method could you use to find the percent of students in your grade who eat five servings of fruit and vegetables each day? What is an example of a survey question that does not

asked by Harry on June 14, 2018
27. ## English

Everything is perfect. I just have to vary point 1. I included a further point for you to check. Thank you very much. I think we have to vary some of the sentences. 1) Involvement of the classes of the participating students (Only 10 students belonging to

asked by Henry2 on February 5, 2012
28. ## Maths Ms sue

Select the TWO options that are TRUE statements about survey sampling. Select one or more: (1)Cluster sampling usually increases the sampling error compared to a simple random sample of the same size. (2)In stratified sampling, each member of the

asked by jenny on May 10, 2016
29. ## Calculus

Suppose f(x,y) = XY(1-10X-5Y). f(x,y) has 4 critical points. List them in increasing lexographic order. By that we mean that (x, y) comes before (z, w) if x

asked by Rajeev on October 16, 2011
30. ## statistic

a class handled by prof. W has 60 students.he wants only 10 students to join in the Quiz bee.Suppose he consider the gender of the student, wherein 5 students are male and the remaining 5 are female.what sampling technique must he employ?in what manner he

asked by judith on September 26, 2015
31. ## data management

3. To identify the cultural events that its readers would like to see reviewed, a weekly magazine conducted a survey of randomly selected members of local arts groups. a) Discuss any bias that could affect the results of this survey. b) Suggest a different

asked by sathu on March 27, 2015
32. ## law

Assume you are a campus security coordinator and have observed an alarming rise in sexual assault in and around an area with nightlife popular to local college students. Many of the victims have, in fact, been local students, and they have been assaulted

asked by Anonymous on July 26, 2007
33. ## Sociology Research Methods

You are conducting a survey for a national organization with 25,689 dues-paying members. (a) What sampling method would be the most logical to use? (b) What are the steps you would use to develop the sample? (c) What are the advantages AND disadvantages of

asked by Faye on June 24, 2017
34. ## Statistics

Students are being surveyed about the weight of books and supplies they are carrying as they attend class. a. Identify the variable of interest b. Identify the type of variable c. List a few values that might occur in a sample

asked by Rosemarie on January 11, 2014
35. ## Math

Students are being surveyed about the weight of books and supplies they are carrying as they attend class. a. Identify the variable of interest. b. Identify the type of variable. c. List a few values that might occur in a sample

asked by David on February 25, 2017
36. ## chemistry

Use the periodic table to identify what type of chemical bond is involved in each of these compounds: NaF,NO2, CBr4, and MgS. Explain your reasoning.

asked by Jackie on January 18, 2012
37. ## Math

There are 300 students in the junior class at a high school. -100 students participate in theater. -70 students are involved in chorus. -140 students play a sport. -35 students are in chorus and are involved in theater, while 15 students play a sport and

asked by Catherine on August 22, 2012
38. ## statistics

450 people are randomly selected at grocery stores across the state and surveyed on the amount of money they are spending at the store that day. How does finding the sample variance compare to investigating the sampling distribution of the variance? A. The

asked by maczindahouse on February 20, 2019
39. ## Statisitcs

A large university campus has 60,000 students. The president of the students' association wants to conduct a survey of the students to determine their views on an increase in the student activity fee. She would like to acquire information about all the

asked by Rhea on September 19, 2010
40. ## English

This is the second part of the letter I need to prepare. I really need your help to improve the word choice. Thank you very much in advance. 1) This two-year project will be mainly about a comparative study on biodiversity in water and other waterways in

asked by Henry2 on January 15, 2012
41. ## statistics

Suppose that the ages of students at a particular university average 26 years with a standard deviation of 2.8 years. Consider the sampling distribution of the sample mean age of students in a sample of n = 49. The standard deviation of the sampling

asked by Anonymous on November 5, 2014
42. ## statistics

using a simple random sampling, select a sample of 12 students out of a population of 30 students comprises of 20 females and 10 males.

asked by Bekesuoyeibob on June 30, 2011
43. ## algebra

In a school of 464 students, 89 are in band, 215 are in sports, of which 31 are involved in both activities. How many students are involved in neither activities?

asked by Marv on April 9, 2015
44. ## heathCare

I don't under stand can some help me?? A. List 2 examples of when you would use one of the various sampling techniques in the health care profession? B. When might you use one sampling technique over another? C. State the drawbacks of each sampling method.

asked by Danny on November 12, 2008
45. ## Criminal Investigation

Use the Internet to locate a news article on search and seizure. Ensure that you document the citation information. Analyze the article and identify the legal concepts followed or not followed in the situation, ensuring that you address the following

asked by M on December 19, 2017
46. ## English

Thank you Ms. Sue for your invauable help! Here is the second part of the letter I need to hand in by tomorrow. As writeacher is not there, could you please help me check it? Many thanks in advance. This two-year project will be mainly about a comparative

asked by Henry2 on January 15, 2012
47. ## Chem

CH2 = CH - CH - OH ............| ...........CH3 Draw the structure of this polymer and identify the monomer unit. Should show three monomer unit State the type of polymerization involved in forming this polymer Hi Lacey, do you know the answers for part a,

asked by Lacey on March 12, 2007
48. ## politics

Bill Clinton’s “alternative media” strategy: A. involved calling New York Times reporters at home. B. accelerated after the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke. C. involved granting interviews to local news anchors and holding televised town meetings. D.

asked by bev on May 29, 2017
49. ## English

Identify the comma that separates the subject from the verb with a comma below All students who attend Madison High School, should do so without the feeling that they will be subject to harassment or threats based on their clothing. It is their right to

asked by Kevin on May 15, 2011
50. ## project planning

i need help this is late work and i have until friday night to get it done part 1 Describe a work-related situation you feel could be improved. For example, you want to streamline the process for reimbursing employees, or you want to create a high-tech

asked by Anonymous on August 9, 2007
51. ## Statistics (Help me please)

For the following studies, identify the possible target population, elementary unit, sampling frame, sampled population and sampling unit. 1. A doctor wishes to study people working at a hotel in Makati afflicted with hypertension. 2. A researcher would

asked by Cho on January 15, 2013
52. ## Statistics (Pls. Help Me)

For the following studies, identify the possible target population, elementary unit, sampling frame, sampled population and sampling unit. 1. A doctor wishes to study people working at a hotel in Makati afflicted with hypertension. 2. A researcher would

asked by Cho on January 15, 2013

For the following studies, identify the possible target population, elementary unit, sampling frame, sampled population and sampling unit. 1. A doctor wishes to study people working at a hotel in Makati afflicted with hypertension. 2. A researcher would

asked by Cho on January 15, 2013
54. ## Math (Statistic)

Considered the sampling distribution of a sample mean obtained by random sampling from an infinite population. This population has a distribution that is highly skewed toward the larger values. a) How is the mean of the sampling distribution related to the

asked by Jennifer on February 19, 2007
55. ## Psychology

Hypothesis Testing A researcher asks whether attending a private high school leads to higher or lower performance on a test of social skills when compared to students attending public schools. A sample of 100 students from a private school produces a mean

asked by Shawna on October 25, 2011
56. ## Chemistry

Which of the following must be the same before and after a chemical reaction? Answer: The sum of the masses of all substances involved and the number of atoms of each type involved. WHY?

asked by Jessica on January 17, 2014
57. ## Venn Diagrams

In a class of 50 students, 36 students have a sandwich in their lunch box and 23 students have a piece of fruit and 7 have neither. Fill in a Venn diagram to represent this situation

asked by Bec on August 22, 2013
58. ## statistics

In the past a certain college has found that 35% of the students will grad within 4 years. A random sample of 450 students at this college is taken and going to be followed until graduation. A. What is the sampling distribution of the statistic of

asked by danny on June 12, 2011
59. ## Math

Explain how you would design a research study to compare the effectiveness of two weed killers. Both weed killers A and B are known to be effective but it is not known which is more effective and on what type of weeds. Weeds can be broadly classified into

asked by Yeng on May 23, 2015

This select group has been asked to consider the Colorado City Convention and Visitors Bureau survey of 25 hotels in the local area. The survey is concerned with the current availability of rooms. The availability of the rooms was as follows: 90, 72, 75,

asked by taabbie on April 27, 2012
61. ## ECE 101

For this assignment, you are asked to design a Plan-Do-Review activity. Be sure to describe in detail each stage of the process (student involvement in the planning, what students would actually do, and what specific questions you would ask during the

asked by CINDY on March 15, 2013
62. ## Alg 2 HELP!

Identify the x-intercepts, local maximum, and local minimum of the graph of f(x)=x^3+2x^2-13x+10 I am confused on where to begin.

asked by Jess on June 12, 2015
63. ## Algebra

Sixty-two percent of the students at Kennedy High School are involved in extra curricular activities. If 152 students are not involved in extra curricualr activities, how many students are there at Kennedy High School?

asked by Annie on November 18, 2009
64. ## stats

The purpose of using stratified random sampling is to guarantee that the ______________. a. proportions within the samples represent the proportions in the population. b. sampling variability is increased c. sample groups are highly varied for more precise

asked by m on July 28, 2016

What is the easiest way to reduce sampling error? What is the relationship between sampling error and the generalizability of the results of a study? Finally, what hap- pens to sampling error as the size of the sample increases? Why?

asked by Lindsey on January 25, 2012
66. ## Math need help

Identify the type of observational study. Researchers plan to collect data by interviewing patients who have cardiac by-pass surgery at several local hospitals beginning in January 2014. Cross-sectional Retrospective Prospective None of these

asked by Josh on July 6, 2017
67. ## Statistics

Which of the following is(are) not true about sampling bias a. Sampling bias is inevitable when conducting a survey b. Quota sampling is still vulnerable to bias c. Biased samples may trigger some insights or suggest grounds for a new study but they are

asked by Mike on June 14, 2008
68. ## Statistics

Which of the following is(are) not true about sampling bias a. Sampling bias is inevitable when conducting a survey b. Quota sampling is still vulnerable to bias c. Biased samples may trigger some insights or suggest grounds for a new study but they are

asked by Mike on June 14, 2008
69. ## education-need help plz

Explain the responsibilities a teacher has in Student safety on field trips. Does a teacher have responsibility to limit their rights? Identify the rights and responsibilities a teacher has. How will your responsibilities as a teacher influence the rights

asked by scooby91320002 on July 18, 2008
70. ## statistics

The mean GPA (grade point averagE. of all male students at a college is 2.77 and the mean GPA of all female students at the same college is 2.89. Suppose we take one sample of 40 male students and another sample of 50 female students from this college.

asked by Lee on January 30, 2009
71. ## chemistry

I submitted this question earlier... can anyone help me pls. This question is about the polymer made by polymerizing this compound: _ CH2=CH-CH-OH _ | _ CH3 Please identify the monomer unit - there should be 3... also, what type of polymerization is

asked by david on February 5, 2007
72. ## Statistics

In the population of typical college students, _ 5 75 on a statistics final exam _X 5 6.42 . For 25 students who studied statistics using a new technique, X 5 72.1. Using two tails of the sampling distribution and the .05 criterion: (a) What is the

asked by Anonymous on February 14, 2014
73. ## language

Select the word or words that the italicized phrase modifies or describes. 1. Eco-tourism encourages visitors to get involved with local projects, such as CLEARING TRAILS, BUILDING SCHOOLS , AND PROTECTING WILDLIFE a) ecotourism b) victors c) local d)

asked by victoria on October 24, 2013

i need help with identify population sample and sampling method

asked by chris on November 23, 2009
75. ## math

a recent survey was conducted on 6 grade students. Of those surveyed, 180 of the students prefered basketball over football. if the 180 students was 5/8 of the total students surveyed, how many total students were surveyed? write an equation to model this

asked by kenzcow on January 15, 2015
76. ## math

at a local sports event students paid \$3.00 each and non students paid \$5.00. There were 120 more students at the event than non students. if the total receipts were 2960 how many tickets of each were sold?

asked by angel on February 6, 2016

For this assignment you are to imagine that you are part of a select marketing group. This select group has been asked to consider the Colorado City Convention and Visitors Bureau survey of 25 hotels in the local area. The survey is concerned with the

asked by ron on August 2, 2010
78. ## math

At a local community college, it costs \$ 650 to enroll in a morning section of an algebra course. Suppose that the variable n stands for the number of students who enroll. Then 650n stands for this course. How much is collected if 45 students enroll? 61

asked by Robert Wayne on May 3, 2011
79. ## Statistics

a) What is sampling with replacement? (b) What is sampling without replacement? c) How does sampling without replacement affect the probability of events, compared to sampling with replacement?

asked by Anonymous on February 16, 2014
80. ## ethics

What type of situation would personal or religious beliefs conflict with something that may be asked of you professionally? What should one do in this situation?

asked by Anonymous on December 6, 2010
81. ## statistics

Describe whether the following study would most likely be “observational” or “experimental”, and why it would be so. A survey examines the preferences for laundry detergent. ***The admissions office wants to estimate the cost of textbooks for

asked by Jenn on November 22, 2014
82. ## Science

Two students collect information about the number of dandelions in a park. Based on their sampling, they estimate that there are 900 dandelions in the 300-square-meter city park. To determine the accuracy of their estimate, which of the following questions

asked by Dulce on July 13, 2014
83. ## chemistry

This question is about the polymer made by polymerizing this compound: CH2=CH-CH-OH | CH Please identify the monomer unit - there should be 3... also, what type of polymerization is involved in forming this polymer? sorry - the compound is.... CH2=CH-CH-OH

asked by david on February 5, 2007
84. ## algebra

90 students from three different classes, A, B, and C are going on a field trip. Class A has 32 students and Class B has 28 students. Write an equation to describe the situation.

asked by Jen on September 5, 2016
85. ## ENGLISH III

What type of story(genre) is "The Crucible" most likely to be classified as?

asked by Lilly♥ on February 26, 2016
86. ## MATH

There are 5 male students to every 9 female students at a local school. Select the statement of the condition when there are 30 male students

asked by TIM on January 29, 2013
87. ## Calculus (urgent!!)

Consider the function f(x)=12x^5+60x^4−100x^3+4. For this function there are four important intervals: (−INF,A], [A,B] ,[B,C] , and [C,INF) where A, B, and C are the critical numbers. Find A, B, and C. At each critical number A, B, and C does f(x) have

asked by Karku on April 1, 2011
88. ## Math for Ms. Sue please last questions

2. In a school of 464 students, 89 students are in the band, 215 students are on sports teams, and 31 students participate in both activities. How many students are involved in neither band nor sports? (1 point) 160 students 191 students 249 students 433

asked by Delilah on March 8, 2013
89. ## statistics

3. Consider selecting a starting line up for an intermural 6-on-6 indoor soccer team where you are required to have 4 students and 2 faculty on the court at all times. As everyone on your team have equal skills, you decide to randomly assign members to

asked by ami on October 15, 2012
90. ## math

Use the Sampling Distribution for a Mean option in StatKey to create a sampling distribution using samples of size n equals 10 from Table 1 showing the number of minutes to finish the marathon at the Olympics. Generate at least 1000 samples in your

asked by Anonymous on February 19, 2016
91. ## statistics

The Dean of a university claims that no more than 10% of the students drop out of university. She chooses a random sample of 500 students and decides that she will accept the claim only if no more than 25 of the 500 students drop out of university. In fact

asked by Anonymous on March 27, 2015
92. ## Government

1) The portion of the population selected to participate in a poll is known as the a. public b. population c. deliberative group d. sample e. focus group 2) A sample that does not overrepresent any portion of the population and whose responses can

asked by sam on October 11, 2008
93. ## ALGEBRA

At a local community college, it cost \$ 450 to enroll in a morning section of an algebra course. Suppose that the variable n stands for the number of students who enroll. Then 450n stands for the total amount of money collected for this course. How much is

asked by glloyd on March 2, 2011
94. ## algebra

At local community college, it costs \$150 to enroll in a morning section of an algebra course. Suppose that the variable n stands for the number of students who enroll. Then 150n stands for the total amount of money collected for this course. How much is

asked by Joyce on March 15, 2012
95. ## math

at a local community college, it costs 150 to enroll in a morning section of an algebra course. Supopose that the varible n stands for the number of students who enroll. then 150n stands for the total amount of money collected for this course. how much is

asked by allie on January 26, 2012
96. ## Statistics

Could anyone help me out with the following problem? Identify the consequences (i.e. increase, decrease, or none) that the following procedures are likely to have on both bias and sampling error in an experimental study. A) Assigning treatments to subjects

asked by Jamie on April 9, 2017
97. ## math

How may committees of size 4 is to be selected from a group of 7 local students and 6 overseas students.

asked by Alaini on April 19, 2011
98. ## math

How may committees of size 4 is to be selected from a group of 7 local students and 6 overseas students.

asked by FALONGO on May 31, 2011