Multistage sampling, Mathematics

Multistage sampling

Multistage sampling is similar to stratified sampling except division is done on geographical/location basis, for illustration a country can be divided into provinces and then survey is done in four towns in each province. It helps to cut traveling costs for a surveyor.



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