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STATISTICAL LAWS - Questionnaire & Sampling

   Posted On :  21.05.2018 12:20 am

One of the basic reasons for undertaking a sample survey is to predict and generalize the results for the population as a whole.

STATISTICAL LAWS
 
 
One of the basic reasons for undertaking a sample survey is to predict and generalize the results for the population as a whole. The logical process of drawing general conclusions from a study of representative items is called induction. In statistics, induction is a generalization of facts on the assumption that the results provided by an adequate sample may be taken as applicable to the whole. The fact that the characteristics of the sample provide a fairly good idea about the population characteristics is borne out by the theory of probability. Sampling is based on two fundamental principles of statistics theory viz, (i) the Law of Statistical Regularity and (ii) the Law of Inertia of Large Numbers.

 

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