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SOLVED STA632 Assignment 1 Solution and Discussion

Assignment No.1 (Course STA 632)
Fall 2019(Total Marks 20)Deadline
Your Assignment must be uploaded/ submitted before or on9 Dec., 2019,
Time 23:59
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The assignment is being uploaded to build up the concepts of modern tools of survey sampling and R codding.
Assignment No.1 (Lessons 1018)
Question 1: Marks 3+4+3 =10
Find n_1, , and by proportional allocation from the following information.
=1580, =1140, =125, =114 and =440.
Explain the condition when (population following the linear trend).
Prove that for unequal cluster size.
Question 2: Marks 5+5=10
Prove that the variance of the sample mean by systematic sampling is:Write simulated R coding program for generating 1000 samples of size 6 from systematic sampling by using following information. Also find the mean of each sample and the mean of means. 120,140,225,332,221,224,228,55,91,741,852,963,159,852,369,147,236,256,289,123,456,789,258,369,147,987,654,321,193,367,581,111,222,333,444,555,666

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