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Research Aptitude Practice Set #20
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Research Aptitude Practice Set Part 20

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  2. 191.which of the following best describes data that were originally collected at an earlier time by a different person for all different purpose a. primary data b. secondary data c experimental data


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  4. 192 which of these is not a method of data collection a. questionnaires b. interviews c. observations d. experiments


  5. 193.which of the following is an example of a random method a. systematic sampling b. convenience sampling C. purposive sampling d. none of these above


  6. 194. which of the following is not an example of random sampling method a. systematic sampling b. stratified sampling c. simple random sampling d. all of the above


  7. 195 which if the following is- an example of a random sampling method a. two stage sampling b. systematic sampling c. convenience sampling d. purpose sampling


  8. 196.which of the following is an example of non random sampling method a. convenience method b. stratified method c. simple random method d.cluster random


  9. 197. the purpose of stratified random sampling is make certain that a. every member of the population has an equal chance to being selected b. for proportionate representation from different categories c. prompt response from respondents d. none of the above


  10. 198. a correlation coefficient is best characterized as a. a measure of extent of a relation ship between two variables b. an index of the casual direction between an independent and dependent variable c. an indication of likelihood that an experiment finding will be replicated by other d. a measure of the like-hood that observed differences may be attributed to chance