RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

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Multi stage sampling commonly
 A combination basic sampling carry out in stages B subdividing population into smaller C Random sampling at each stage D Higher sampling erorr
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -What is multistage sampling? In multistage sampling, or multistage cluster sampling, you draw a sample from a population using smaller and smaller groups at each stage. This method is often used to collect data from a large, geographically spread group of people in national surveys, for example.

Detailed explanation-2: -The concept of multistage random sampling technique is similar to multistage cluster sampling. But in this case, the researcher chooses the samples randomly at each stage. Here, the researcher does not create clusters, but he/she narrows down the sample by applying random sampling.

Detailed explanation-3: -Our resulting sample would contain 15, 000 total households: Sample = 15 states * 10 counties * 100 households = 15, 000 households. What is this? This method of obtaining this sample is known as multistage sampling.

Detailed explanation-4: -In multistage cluster sampling, rather than collect data from every single unit in the selected clusters, you randomly select individual units from within the cluster to use as your sample. You can then collect data from each of these individual units – this is known as double-stage sampling.

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