2014 A-level H1 Mathematics (8864) Question 7 Suggested Solutions

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Order a list of all 5000 households from 1 to 5000.

\frac{5000}{100} = 50

Randomly select a number from 1 to 50 and taking that as a starting point, sample at continuous interval of 50. Eg, 10, 60, 110, …


Stratified Sampling Table

Stratified Sampling Table

Use simple random sampling within each stratum to obtain the sample.

Stratified sampling is more appropriate since it is more representative of the users of different age and shopping methods.

KS Comments

Some students overlook that for systematic sampling, we need to RANDOMLY select. For (ii), they can draw a nice table to present their answers.

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