Describe a study that would provide more useful information.

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Describe a study that would provide more useful information.
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Justification: The sample of students can be selected using the method of simple random sampling. All the students in the school must be labelled according to the available students and then 20 students have to be selected within the required range using the random number tables or the random number web app. Hence, the simple random sampling can be used.
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