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1. You are working for a large corporation and are in charge of a marketing research project. For this study, your

questionnaire length is 10 minutes and the incidence is 35%, yielding a CPI is \$23.00. Your company requires all research

to be at the 95% confidence level, MOE at +/-2%, and to assume a sample statistic of .50 (P and Q = .50). They?ve given

you a budget of \$45,000 to complete this survey.

What sample size can you do with this budget, and want is the MOE associated with this sample size? Does this MOE fall

within the parameters of the company requirements? What sample size would you need to stay within the company

MOE requirements for all research studies and how much budget would you need for this study? Please show all your

work.

Answers: n=1957 with MOE of +/- 2.3%.

For a MOE of +/-2% a sample of 2500 would be needed, costing \$57,500.

2. You are working with a MOE of +/-4% and a confidence level of 95%. P and Q =.50, and your CPI is \$25.00. The

company you work for needs to make a decision as to whether they may need different advertising for men and women.

So, your supervisor wants to know if men and women differ in their response to the company?s advertising. You are in

charge of designing and running this research study.

Given the parameters, what will be your sample size for this study. Now, if you want to assume a MOE of at least +/-4%

for men and for women, how many men and women will you want to interview? What will this particular study cost?

Now, suppose you have a budget of \$60,000. Can you do this study with this budget? Please explain your answers.

Answers: n=625. For men and women (625 x 2), 625 of each gender or a total of n=1250 to assure +/-4% in each strata.

\$31,250, Stratified Sample , Yes.

3. What is the sample size for studies with MOE of +/-3.5% and +/-2.8%?, with a confidence level of 95%, sample

4. Your supervisor comes to you and says she would like to do a marketing research study. She says there is a

budget of \$30,000. She would like to conduct a simple random sample of consumers interested in using the

services of the company. She thinks that a sample of 750 would be plenty.

a. Given a confidence level of 95%, and a sample statistic of .50, what will be the MOE for a study of this

b. If the CPI is \$15.75 per completed interview, can you do this study within the given budget?

Answer: \$11,811.50, YES this study of 750 at \$15.75 CPI can be done within the budget of \$30,000.

c. How much more or less sample might you need to spend the entire budget?

Answer: Budget of \$30,000 yields sample of 1904, which is 1154 more than 750.

d. What will be the MOE for that study (the one that uses the entire budget)? Answer: n=1904, +/-2.3%

3. What is the sample size for studies with MOE of +/-3.5% and +/-2.8%, with a confidence level of 95%, sample statistics

of .50, and a category population of 7500 (less than 10,000)? Remember the FPC. Please show your work.

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