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?____________ are the characteristics of the individuals of the population being studied

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Problem 6

____________ are the characteristics of the individuals of the population being studied

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Step 1 of 5) Approach To obtain the stratified sample, conduct a simple random sample within each group. That is, obtain a simple random sample of 28 resident students (from the 6204 resident students), a simple random sample of 61 nonresident students, and a simple random sample of 11 staff. Be sure to use a different seed for each stratum. Solution Using Minitab, with the seed set to 4032 and the values shown in Figure 4, we obtain the following sample of staff: 240, 630, 847, 190, 2096, 705, 2320, 323, 701, 471, 744. Repeat this procedure for the resident and nonresident students using a different seed.

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Textbook: Statistics: Informed Decisions Using Data
Edition: 5
Author: Michael Sullivan III
ISBN: 9780134133539

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