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12. What is a primary difference between the 2 sampling techniques: probability and nonprobability?
Probability sampling is an unbiased technique which allows equal opportunity for data points to be considered while sampling. It allows to make strong statistical inferences about the population. Nonprobability is a biased approach, sampling involves nonrandom/biased selection based on convenience or other criteria. It may not represent a strong statistical inference about the population.