Simple Random Sampling: Definition
Simple random sampling is a sampling technique where every item in the population has an even chance and likelihood of being selected in the sample. Here the selection of items completely depends on chance or by probability and therefore this sampling technique is also sometimes known as a method of chances. 

Probability Sampling: Definition
Probability Sampling is a sampling technique in which sample from a larger population are chosen using a method based on the theory of probability. For a participant to be considered as a probability sample, he/she must be selected using a random selection. 
The most important requirement of probability sampling is that everyone in your population has a known and an equal chance of getting selected.

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