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1ObjectivesEstimate population means and proportions and develop margin of error from simulations involving random sampling.Analyze surveys, experiments, and observational studies to judge the validity of the conclusion.
2Vocabularysimple random samplesystematic samplestratified samplecluster sampleconvenience sampleself-selected sampleprobability samplemargin of errorWhich are nonrandomSampling methods?Which are randomSampling methods?
3When a survey is used to gather data, it is important to consider how the sample is selected for the survey. If the sampling method is biased, the survey will not accurately reflect the population.Most national polls that are reported in the news are conducted using careful sampling methods in order to minimize bias.
4Other polls, such as those where people phone in to express their opinion, are not usually reliable as a reflection of the general populationRemember that a random sample is one that involves chance. Six different types of samples are shown below.
7B. They randomly select 100 voters from each county to call. The campaign staff for a state politician wants to know how voters in the state feel about a number of issues. Classify each sample.A. They call every 50th person on a list of registered voters in the state.B. They randomly select 100 voters from each county to call.Systematic StratifiedUse the Venn Diagram tocompare and contrastsystematic vs. stratifiedsampling
8D. The local news asks its viewers to call-in or text their opinions. C. They ask every person who comes to the next campaign rally to fill out a survey.D. The local news asks its viewers to call-in or text their opinions.Self-selected ConvenienceUse the Venn Diagram tocompare and contrastself-selected vs. conveniencesampling
9E. They randomly select 100 voters from each county to call. F. They randomly select 5 counties from the region and contact every voter within each of those counties.Stratified ClusterUse the Venn Diagram tocompare and contraststratified vs. clustersampling
10A community organization has 56 teenage members, 103 adult members, and 31 senior members. The council wants to survey the members. Classify each sampling method. Which is most accurate? Which is least accurate? Explain your reasoning.
11Method A: simple random Method B: systematicMethod C: StratifiedMethod A is the most accurate because every member of the population is equally likely to be in the sample. In Method C, the sample contains an equal number from each group, but the total numbers in each group differ significantly. So, adults are underrepresented and seniors are overrepresented. Method B is the least accurate because members who do not attend the cleanup have no chance of being included.
12A small-town newspaper wants to report on public opinion about the new City Hall building. Classify each sampling method. Which is most accurate? Which is least accurate? Explain your reasoning.
13Method A: self-selected sample Method B: convenience sampleMethod C: cluster sampleMethod A is the least accurate because only people who are willing to volunteer their opinions are chosen. Method B is also inaccurate because only students and only those in the cafeteria are surveyed. Method C is the most accurate because different groups are randomly chosen and then all members of the chosen group are surveyed.
14Application: Two classes each had 10 qualified students volunteer for junior cabinet. Only 4 students total can be selected. Ms. Mashburn decides that she must randomly select the 4 to serve.Class A: Class B:Allison Jason Annie JohnBelinda Keith Barbara KenCalissa Lon Corinne LewisJennifer Mark Judy MikeMargaret Ned Madison NormExplain how could you help Ms. Mashburn choose the 4 students randomly. Implement each sampling strategy by using the table of random digits below. Write down who was chosen.
15SRS...Simple Random Sample Step 1: Give each student a unique two digit number. Since there are 20 students, you can number themfromStep 2: Decide where to start in the tableof random digits. Look at two digits at atime. If it you find a number between00 and19, find the associated student andselect him/her for your sample. Continuethis process until you find 4 unique students.start here....Sample chosen: _______________, _________________________________, ____________________
16Systematic Sample start here.... Sample: _________, ___________ Step 1: Give each student a unique two digitnumber.Step 2: Use the table of random digits to randomlypick the first student in your sample. Then chooseevery 20/4 = 5th student from the one randomlychosen.start here....Sample: _________, _______________________, _____________
17Stratified Random Sample...by gender Step 1: Give each student atwo digit number.Step 2: Use your table of digits topick until you get two unique girlsand 2 unique boys. Ignore repeatedvalues. Also, if you select two girls first,then ignore all other girls and continueuntil you get two boys.Stratified Random Sample...by genderstart here....Sample: ____________, ____________________________, ________________
18Cluster Sample start here.... Sample: ____________, ______________ Step 1: Give each cluster anumber. Since there are 5 groups, youcan assign them the numbers from00-04.Step 2: Use the table until you finda number between Everyonein that group will be in your sample.Cluster Samplestart here....Sample: ____________, ____________________________, ________________
19The margin of error of a random sample defines an interval, centered on the sample percent, in which the population percent is most likely to lie
20A city is about to hold an election A city is about to hold an election. According to a survey of a random sample of city voters, 42% of the voters plan to vote for Poe and 58% of the voters plan to vote for Nagel. The survey’s margin of error is ±7%. Does the survey clearly project the outcome of the voting?Between 35% and 49% of all voters plan to vote for Poe and between 51% and 65% of all voters plan to vote for Nagel. Because the intervals do not overlap, the survey does clearly project the outcome of the voting.
21A survey of a random sample of voters shows that 38% of voters plan to vote for Gonzalez, 31% of voters plan to vote for Chang, and 31% plan to vote for Harris. The survey has a margin of error of ±3%. Does the survey clearly project the outcome of the voting? Explain.Yes; while there is overlap between the intervals for Chang and Harris, their intervals, which are from 28% to 34%, do not overlap the interval for Gonzalez, which is 35% to 41%.