Methods of sampling

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This Core Maths resource contains two activities concerned with sampling.

The first activity asks students to review and summarise the key features, advantages and disadvantages of Random, Systematic, Stratified, Quota and Cluster sampling methods.

The second activity sheet consists of a set of examples of forming stratified samples from various populations. Required formulae are given. 

The materials include detailed teacher notes.

 

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