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b. Sampling bias. Whether the sampling was proportional or disproportional.

c.

9.

was

systematic.

Whether When

d.

the sampling

a study has a small number of subjects and finds no rela-

tionship among the variables studied, it can typically be con- cluded that

a. there is no relationship among the variables.

b.

there

is a relationship among

the

variables.

c. it is not possible to conclude that there is no relationship among the variables.

d. the study is not very credible.

10. Each of

the

following about the subjects should be indicated in a

research report EXCEPT

the

  • a.

    return rate of surveys.

  • b.

    method of sampling.

  • c.

    a clear description of

  • d.

    names of the subjects.

subjects.

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