1. When the Bureau of Labor Statistics conducts a survey, it begins by partitioning the United States adult population into 2,007 groups called primary sampling units. Assume that these primary sampling units all contain the same number of adults. If you randomly select one adult from each primary sampling unit, is the result a simple random sample? Why or why not?
2. Refer to the primary sampling units described in part b and describe a sampling plan that results in a simple random sample. (When answering this question, keep in mind that you need to find a way to create a random sampling while KEEPING The 2,007 primary sampling units. Tell me the steps you need to take. In particular, there is one more step you must take prior to selecting each adult from the primary sampling unit).