Define sampling unit , Applied Statistics

Define sampling unit and population for selecting a random sample in every case.

a) 100 voters from a constituency

b) 20 stocks of National Stock Exchange

c) 50 account holders of State Bank of India

d) 20 employees of Tata motors. 

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