Understanding Simple Random Sampling in Statistics

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Simple Random Sample

A sample designed in such a way as to ensure that (1) every member of a population has an equal chance of being included in the sample, and (2) every sample of size n has the same chance of occurring.

Selecting Elements

Subjects are selected at fixed sampling intervals by selecting every kth element thereafter. The interval between selections is determined by the ratio of the population size to the sample size (N/n). For example, if the population size is N=1,000 and a sample size of n=100 is desired, then the sampling interval is 1,000/100 = 10, so every 10th person is selected into the sample.

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