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PART II
Statistics
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CHAPTER 12 CHAPTER 5
Sampling Theory
Population and Sample. Statistical Inference
Often in practice we are interested in drawing valid conclusions about a large group of individuals or objects. Instead of examining the entire group, called the population, which may be difficult or impossible to do, we may examine only a small part of this population, which is called a sample. We do this with the aim of inferring certain facts about the population from results found in the sample, a process known as statistical inference. The process of obtaining samples is called sampling.
EXAMPLE 5.1 We may wish to draw conclusions about the heights (or weights) of 12,000 adult students (the population) by examining only 100 students (a sample) selected from this population. EXAMPLE 5.2 We may wish to draw conclusions about the percentage of defective bolts produced in a factory during a given 6-day week by examining 20 bolts each day produced at various times during the day. In this case all bolts produced during the week comprise the population, while the 120 selected bolts constitute a sample. EXAMPLE 5.3 We may wish to draw conclusions about the fairness of a particular coin by tossing it repeatedly. The population consists of all possible tosses of the coin. A sample could be obtained by examining, say, the first 60 tosses of the coin and noting the percentages of heads and tails. EXAMPLE 5.4 We may wish to draw conclusions about the colors of 200 marbles (the population) in an urn by selecting a sample of 20 marbles from the urn, where each marble selected is returned after its color is observed.
Several things should be noted. First, the word population does not necessarily have the same meaning as in everyday language, such as the population of Shreveport is 180,000. Second, the word population is often used to denote the observations or measurements rather than the individuals or objects. In Example 5.1 we can speak of the population of 12,000 heights (or weights) while in Example 5.4 we can speak of the population of all 200 colors in the urn (some of which may be the same). Third, the population can be finite or infinite, the number being called the population size, usually denoted by N. Similarly the number in the sample is called the sample size, denoted by n, and is generally finite. In Example 5.1, N 12,000, n 100, while in Example 5.3, N is infinite, n 60.
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