Assignment #6 Details: Due Saturday, October 19th by 11:59 PM through Blackboard in “Assignments” tab You are considering various sampling plans for an upcoming study. Based on the descriptions below, please tell me whether the sampling plan is: SRS, systematic, stratified, or cluster 1. You assign a number to each person from a list and randomly choose a number for each person you select for the sample. 2. You want every person to have an equal probability of being chosen throughout the entire selection process. 3. There are different groups of people that you want information about (e.g., RGV residents, Mexican nationals, and Winter Texans), and you want to sample a certain number from each group. 4. You choose one random number to select the first person in the sample and add a constant to that number to choose the other individuals. 5. You want to do a study on freshman UTPA students staying in dorms. You assign each dorm a number and randomly select two dorms; all freshman from the selected dorms are surveyed. For this next part of the assignment, please refer to the Excel file titled “Sampling” that is within the assignment instructions folder. 6. You want to conduct a simple random sample (SRS) of four people from among your classmates. You use the following randomly generated numbers to select your sample: 27, 36, 58, 62. Who are the four people you will include in your sample? 7. You want to conduct a systematic sample (SRS) of four people from the class. Based on the number of students in the class and the desired sample size, what is k, the sampling interval? 8. Continuing with the systematic sample problem from the prior question, you use the following randomly generated number to select your sample: 05. Using the sample interval you just calculated in question 7, find the four people who will be selected. What are their names? 9. You want to do a sample with a local waterpark’s annual passholder data, which consists of 5,000 people. There are three different types of passes (premium, standard, and basic), and the number of passholders is the following: 250 premium; 1,750 standard; and 3,000 basic. If you want to do a proportionate stratified sample of 200 of those people, how many passholders would you sample from the premium, standard, and basic pass types? (Hint: they have to add up to 200) 10. Let’s say you are interested in doing a study on four groups, or strata, that are of equal size. If you were to do proportionate stratified sampling, your sample size for each group would be the same. Assuming you’re equally interested in all four groups, under what circumstance would it make sense to sample more from one of the groups? Structure your assignment in the following format and submit through Blackboard: MARK 4382 – Assignment #6 Your name 1. One word response: SRS, systematic, stratified, or cluster 2. One word response: SRS, systematic, stratified, or cluster 3. One word response: SRS, systematic, stratified, or cluster 4. One word response: SRS, systematic, stratified, or cluster 5. One word response: SRS, systematic, stratified, or cluster 6. Four names, in the correct order 7. Numeric answer, along with the equation 8. Four names, in the correct order 9. Three numbers: one for premium, one for standard, and one for basic 10. Explanation HODOUAWN # Student Aaron R. Aaron S. Alexandra Alina Alonso Amanda Amaranta Andrea E. Andrea 0. Andrew Antonio Anyssa Armando Ashley Brandon Brenda Brianna Britney Carlos Cesar Christian Christopher Clarissa Cruzita Dania David Diana Eduardo I. Eduardo T. Eric Erika Gloria Hector Henry Irasema Iris Jacob Jacqueline Jennifer 24 25 26 27 30 33 34 ww 37 38 39 40 41 Jose Kai 49 53 55 56 Karen D. Karen R Karla Kelly Kimberly Lea Leonel L. Leonel M. Letcia Liliana Luca Maria Marian Marta Mayra M. Mayra V. Melissa Michelle Miguel Myranda Nadia Rolando Rudy Sabrina Sebastian Shelby Stephanie AI. Stephanie Ar. Tiffany Valeria Veronica 68 69 70