Simple random sampling, Basic Statistics

This type of sampling is also known as chance sampling or probability where each and every item in the population has an equal change of inclusion in the sample and one of the possible samples in case of finite universe has the same probability of beings selected. In case of infinite population the selection of each item in a random sample is controlled by the same probability and that successive selection are independent of one another.

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