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Identify the type of sampling used: random, systematic, convenience, stratified, or cluster.

To estimate the percentage of defects in a recent manufacturing batch, a quality control manager at IBM selects every the 12th computer that comes off the assembly line starting with the until she obtains a sample of 90 computers

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To estimate the percentage of defects in a recent manufacturing batch, a quality control manager at IBM selects every the 12th computer that comes off the assembly line starting with the until she obtains a sample of 90 computers.

This is systematic sampling....

Reason----this is a statistical method involving the selection of elements from an ordered sampling frame.....hence this is systematic sampling...

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5050
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A.
cluster
B.
stratified
C.
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D.
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E.
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Simple Random Sample
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Cluster sample
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Systematic sample
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Stratified sample
1.
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saves time and money, it can very easily yield samples which are
non-representative of the population, unintentionally. Often, data
comes "in cycles", where the beginning and the end of each cycle is
"atypical". If the "kth" individual is picked at the beginning or
at the end of a cycle more often than a...

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