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# Sampling methods

## Collecting representative samples

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## Sampling methods

Decide how to choose a sampling of a population to produce reliable results.
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## Sampling methods

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## Sampling & Populations

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## Sampling methods

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## Sampling Methods

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## Sampling Methods

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## Sampling methods

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## SLT 6: Understand that sampling is used to make inferences about a population.

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## Sampling Methods and Sources of Bias

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## Introduction to Sampling

Basic Statistics: Introduction to Sampling and Probability Dynamics
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