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Z-test

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A Z-test is any statistical test for which the distribution of the test statistic under the null ... However if the sample size is not large enough for these estimates to be ... When population para...

How large should the sample be to be large enough - Answers.com

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Span the full spectrum of a population's genetic variation. <apex> Reflects the genetic variation of a population...

Determining Sample Size: How to Ensure You Get the Correct ...

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Apr 8, 2013 ... Before you can calculate a sample size, you need to determine a few things ... number and ensures that your sample will be large enough. ... **This equation is for an unknown population size or a very large population size.

How to determine population and survey sample size? - CheckMarket

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So, how large should your sample be? ...... Although it seems counter-intuitive, a sample size of 384 is enough for a population of 2 billion to attain a margin of ...

What is the difference between a population and a sample? - Minitab

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To represent the population well, a sample should be randomly collected and ... If the sample is random and large enough, you can use the information collected ...

How To Determine Sample Size, Determining Sample ... - iSixSigma

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If data has been collected, how do you determine if you have enough data? ... is a very important issue because samples that are too large may waste time, ... This difference between the sample and population means can be thought of as an error. .... So, instead of using the Z score of 1.96, the Z score 1.64 should be used?

Sample Size Calculator - Confidence Level, Confidence Interval ...

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Creative Research Systems offers a free sample size calculator online. ... Leave the Population box blank, if the population is very large or unknown. ... You should also use this percentage if you want to determine a general level of accuracy ...

Sampling Distribution - Stat Trek

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When the population size is very large relative to the sample size, the fpc is ... random variable will be normal or nearly normal, if the sample size is large enough. ... is large. So you should use the Normal Distribution Calculator, rather than the ...

Chpater 8

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The sample size n is large enough that the sampling distribution can be ... Confidence intervals contain the population proportion p in C% of samples. .... more than 10% of patients should suffer “adverse symptoms” (a better guess than 50%).

The Central Limit Theorem: What's Large Enough - For Dummies

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But this is only possible if the sample size is “large enough. ... For this population, you need to take a sample of around n = 100 to get the sample means to settle ...

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What is a large enough random sample? – Win-Vector Blog

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Jun 26, 2011 ... The statistical definition of a good sample from a population usually .... That is d= 0.01, e=0.1 and a sample of size 265 should be enough.

How to know when my sample size is large enough to yield ... - Quora

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How do I know when my sample size is large enough to yield reasonably ... I assume you are fine with lower unfavorability ratings, so this should be one-sided . 5. ... the proportion of the customer population that views your product unfavorably.

Central Limit Theorem

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distribution. ○ “10% Rule”: The sample size must not be bigger than 10% of the entire population. Large Enough Sample Size. ○ Sample size n should be large  ...