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MCQ: If standard deviation of population is 35 and sample size is 9 then standard deviation of sampling distribution is

  1. 12.67
  2. 11.67
  3. 13.67
  4. 14.67

B

MCQ: In systematic sampling, value of k is classified as

  1. sampling interval
  2. sub stage interval
  3. secondary stage interval
  4. multistage interval

A

MCQ: Type of stratified proportion sampling in which information is gathered on convenience basis from different groups of population is classified as

  1. purposive sampling
  2. judgment sampling
  3. quota sampling
  4. convenience sampling

C

MCQ: Parameters of population are denoted by the

  1. roman letters
  2. lower case Greek letter
  3. upper case Greek letter
  4. associated roman alphabets

B

MCQ: Mistakes or biases which are considered as causes of non-sampling errors must includes

  1. incorrect enumeration of population
  2. non random sample selection
  3. incomplete questionnaire
  4. all of above

D