Assignmnet on Statistics- Simple Random Sampling

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Running head: STATISTICSStatisticsName of the student:Name of the university:Authors note:
1STATISTICSTable of ContentsTask 1...............................................................................................................................................3Part 1A.........................................................................................................................................3Part 1B.........................................................................................................................................3Part 1C.........................................................................................................................................4Part 1D.........................................................................................................................................5Task 2...............................................................................................................................................6Part 2A.........................................................................................................................................6Part 2B.........................................................................................................................................6Part 2C.........................................................................................................................................7Task 3...............................................................................................................................................8Part 3A.........................................................................................................................................8Part 3B.........................................................................................................................................8Part 3C.........................................................................................................................................9Part 3D.........................................................................................................................................9Task 4.............................................................................................................................................10Part 4A.......................................................................................................................................10Part 4B.......................................................................................................................................11Part 4C.......................................................................................................................................11
2STATISTICSPart 4D.......................................................................................................................................12Part 4E.......................................................................................................................................12References......................................................................................................................................13
3STATISTICSTask 1Part 1ASimple Random sampling has been used data in selecting a sample. The sampling is arepresentation of the population in a way that every respondent/ individual has an equalprobability to be chosen (Mertens 2014). Also, it is easy to select and is done using randomselection or through random number. It has been used in collection because free from errors, biasand prejudice, with only minimum knowledge and easily used especially for data analysis usinginferential statistics. Also, the sampling error in this method can be easily calculated.Part 1BAlcoholMealsFuelPhoneMean1227.361551.292128.021452.15Median89196014401200Mode0012001200Standard Deviation1484.2983703.5662246.3581362.19Sample Variance22031421371639950461231855561Standard Error104.9557261.8816158.841596.32135Range1042848000180009600Skewness2.18561710.416273.3376693.120751Kurtosis7.75614126.663716.9380512.38359Table 1b: Descriptive Statistics of Alcohol, Fuel, Meals and Phone
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