# Ch 56: PLACE Mathematics: Sampling

Check out the video lessons and quizzes in this chapter to master the concepts you'll need to know for the PLACE Mathematics exam. This chapter helps you review concepts related to sampling.

## PLACE Mathematics: Sampling - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter cover topics like the benefits and risks of sampling and how to use sampling for research purposes. Our video lessons are short and can help refresh your memory about the different types of sampling. Some of the topics covered in this chapter include:

• Conditions and measures of random sampling
• Simple and stratified random samples
• Cluster random sampling
• Advantages of systematic random samples
• Sampling distributions and the central limit theorem
• Finding the mean and standard error of the sampling distribution
• The central limit theorem and calculating probabilities about means

Our experienced instructors walk you through each lesson and can provide methods for remembering how to solve sampling problems. You can also practice answering exam-type questions by using our multiple-choice quizzes that are at the end of each lesson.

### Objectives of the PLACE Mathematics: Sampling Chapter

This state test analyzes your understanding and application of the different ways to gather data. The Sampling chapter is part of the Statistics and Probability section of the exam, which makes up approximately 19% of the total test. All questions are multiple-choice and ask you to pick the correct answer.

8 Lessons in Chapter 56: PLACE Mathematics: Sampling
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