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## Which method uses lottery method?

Lottery Method – Under this method units are selected on the basis of **random draws**. Firstly each member or element of the population is assigned a unique number. In the next step these numbers are written on separate cards which are physically similar in shape, size, color etc.

## How you would use the lottery method to select 3 students out of 10 in your class?

The names of all the 10 students of the class are written on 10 separate pieces of paper of equal size and all the slips are folded in a similar manner. These slips are then mixed well and 3 slips with these names are selected one by one, so that all the students have equal chance of being selected in the sample.

## How is simple random sampling done?

Simple random sampling is a type of probability sampling in which **the researcher randomly selects a subset of participants from a population**. Each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected. Data is then collected from as large a percentage as possible of this random subset.

## Under Which method chits are taken out to form a sample?

**Lottery method**:

This method involves all the serial numbers being written down on chits of paper and being put into a container that is properly mixed manually. Then, chits are picked out of the container to select the sample group.

## What is lottery method?

With a lottery method, **each member of the population is assigned a number, after which numbers are selected at random**. … Because individuals who make up the subset of the larger group are chosen at random, each individual in the large population set has the same probability of being selected.

## Does the lottery method always gives you a random sample explain?

Yes, **lottery method always gives a random sample**. In random sampling, the items which get selected are beyond the control of the investigator, it depends entirely on chance. Each and every unit in the population has an equal chance of being selected. … Hence, lottery method always gives a random sample.

## Which of the following methods give better results and why?

**Sample Method** gives better results than the Census Method due to the following reasons. 1. … Therefore, despite the sampling method providing lesser reliable results (as not all units are studied) yet the sampling method is efficient in the sense that errors committed can be easily located.

## What does it mean when sampling is done without replacement?

In sampling without replacement, **each sample unit of the population has only one chance to be selected in the sample**. For example, if one draws a simple random sample such that no unit occurs more than one time in the sample, the sample is drawn without replacement.

## What type of sampling is usually the easiest to do?

**Convenience sampling** is perhaps the easiest method of sampling, because participants are selected based on availability and willingness to take part.