# Ch 56: NES Math: Sampling

Let us help you review information on sampling, including types of samples, formulas and the central limit theorem as you study for the NES Math test. This chapter of the study guide provides a variety of ways to aid in your test preparation.

## NES Math: Sampling - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's lessons on samples and analysis techniques as part of your review resources as you get ready for the NES Math test. Our short videos, quizzes and other study tools can help you brush up on topics such as:

• Definition and measures of random sampling
• Simple, stratified, cluster and systematic random samples
• The central limit theorem on sampling distributions
• How to find the mean and standard error of the sampling distribution
• How to find probabilities about means with the central limit theorem

Our instructors are experts who make these lessons informative and entertaining through their use of examples, animation and humor. After each lesson, you can assess your learning with a short quiz. There's a comprehensive test at the end of the chapter. If you answer a question incorrectly, the answer key offers links back to the part of the lesson that discusses the question's topic.

### NES Math: Sampling Chapter Objectives

All questions on the NES Math test are multiple-choice, and the test is administered by computer. Our lesson quizzes and the chapter exam are also computer-delivered multiple-choice tests, so taking them will give you good experience answering questions in the format you'll find on the NES Math test.

Questions on the NES Math test are divided into five content domains, and questions on sampling are in the Statistics, Probability and Discrete Mathematics content domain. This part of the test accounts for 19% of the total score.

8 Lessons in Chapter 56: NES Math: Sampling
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