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11 June, 14:14

The names of all 135 students in a professor's class are written on identical slips of paper, and the slips are placed into a large glass jar. Then, the professor selects 5 random slips from the jar. Identify the kind of sample that is being used.

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  1. 11 June, 15:17
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    Answer: simple random sample.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    In the given scenario, the professor is using a lottery system which in term of statistics is known as simple random sampling technique.

    In this technique a sample is drawn chosen from the entire population in such a way that all the participants in the population has an equal chance to get chosen.

    Here, the professor selects 5 random slips from the jar and the chances of getting selected is equal for each students.

    Thus, this is a simple random sample.
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