Each of the 10 cricket teams in the World Cup has 15 players. A sample of 20 players is to be chosen as follows. Each team will be asked to place 15 cards with their players names into a hat and randomly draw out two names. The two names from each team will be combined to makeup the sample. Will this method result in a simple random sample of the 150 Cricket players. Yes, because this is an example of stratified sampling, which is a special case of simple random sampling. No, because the teams are not chosen randomly. No, because not each group of 20 players has the same chance of being selected. Yes, because each player has the same chance of being selected. Yes, because each team is equally represented.