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True or false the size of " n " :
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anonymous
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What are the defined standards of a random sample size? It should be unbiased so that there are equal chances to every possible outcome.
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i thought thats its every posssible sample has given n the same chance

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anonymous
  • anonymous
...My apologies I misinterpreted the question. Yes the provided definition is true
anonymous
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If there is equal chance for every individual of the population to be selected than the sample is considered to be unbiased, fair, and hence, also random
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anonymous
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then*
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I dont know I mean at first I thought True

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