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Sampling Theory 
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude 
Chapter 15 
Prof. Bharat Koshti 
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Sampling Theory 
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude 
Chapter 15 
Prof. Bharat Koshti 
Question Time 
MCQ's 
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Sampling Theory 
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude 
Chapter 15 
Prof. Bharat Koshti 
Question Time 
MCQ's 
1. Statistical data may be collected by 
complete  enumeration is called 
 
(a) Census inquiry  
(b) Sample inquiry        
(c) both     
(d) none  
Answer: A 
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Sampling Theory 
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude 
Chapter 15 
Prof. Bharat Koshti 
Question Time 
MCQ's 
1. Statistical data may be collected by 
complete  enumeration is called 
 
(a) Census inquiry  
(b) Sample inquiry        
(c) both     
(d) none  
Answer: A 
 
 
2. Sampling can be described as a 
statistical procedure 
  
 
(a) To infer about the unknown universe from a knowledge of any 
sample. 
(b) To infer about the known universe from a knowledge of a 
sample drawn from it. 
(c) To infer about the unknown universe from a knowledge of a  
random sample drawn from it.   
(d) Both (a) and (b). 
Answer: C 
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Sampling Theory 
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude 
Chapter 15 
Prof. Bharat Koshti 
Question Time 
MCQ's 
1. Statistical data may be collected by 
complete  enumeration is called 
 
(a) Census inquiry  
(b) Sample inquiry        
(c) both     
(d) none  
Answer: A 
 
 
2. Sampling can be described as a 
statistical procedure 
  
 
(a) To infer about the unknown universe from a knowledge of any 
sample. 
(b) To infer about the known universe from a knowledge of a 
sample drawn from it. 
(c) To infer about the unknown universe from a knowledge of a  
random sample drawn from it.   
(d) Both (a) and (b). 
Answer: C 
  
3. Statistical decision about an unknown 
universe is  taken on the basis of 
 
(a) Sample observations    
(b) A sampling frame 
(c) Sample survey      
(d) Complete enumeration  
Answer: A 
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