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The primary technical change was an increase of our sample size from 800 to 1,200 respondents beginning with this survey.
Introduction Determination of sample size is considered as the basic aspect in scientific researches (Colosimo et al.
He explains how to determine the appropriate sample size for clinical trials and pharmaceutical and public medicine.
This makes it difficult to evaluate at which point a sample size is adequate.
We designed our study to focus on this specific measurement because of highly reliable results in the animal literature showing that certain phthalates reduce AGD (and AGI) in rodents and because, as continuous variables, AGD and AGI would not require a large sample size to demonstrate this relationship, if it existed.
The first question measures misconceptions of chance and the third centers on misconceptions of sample size in which participants only consider ratios rather than sample size.
One hundred and eighty-three divisions met the criterion of a minimum sample size of 10 for calculating prevalence rates.
2])] has a distribution that depends only on the correlation coefficient [rho] and the sample size n.