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  1. Define sampling with replacement and explain why is it used?

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To Define:

Sampling with replacement and its use.

Explanation

Simple random sampling is a technique of selecting sample in such a way that n units are selected from N units and each unit has an equal chance of being selected. But in simple random sampling with replacement the selected unit is replaced back in the population. Hence in this sampling technique there is a chance that a unit can be selected more than once. Also there is no change in population size at any stage since the unit is replaced back in the population.

Use of sampling with replacement:

This technique is used in procedures like counting fish in the pond...

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