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Table 3.0 Table for Determining: Sample Ste of a Known Population $ N 3 v $ N N N Ss N Ss 10 10 | 100 80 280 | 162 800 2300 338 5 [aw 86 m0 | ‘165 350 3000 aT 17 | 120 32 soo | tse | 300 | 368 3500 346 2 | B80 7 320 | 175 350 | 24 4000 351 30 By 10 | 103 | s40 |] 1st | 1000 | 278 3 35 32 150 | 10s [360 | 186 | 1100 | 285 357 40 36 | 160 | 113 | 380 | 191 | i200 | 291 361 5 4 | 0 | 11s | 400 | 196 | 1300 | 297 364 | 180 | 123 | 420 | 201 | 1400 | 302 367 8 190 | 127 | 440 | 205 | 1500 | 306 368 60 32 200 210 | 1600, |” 310 370 a 36 | 210 zs | io | 313 375 a Pe) 27 | 1800 | 317 377 6 230 226 | 1900 | 320 a8 80 66 | 240 234 | 2000 | 322 380 85 250 22 | 2200 | 327 381 30 260 2s | 2400 | 331 382 35 270 254 | 2600 | 335 || 1000000 | 334 Note: N's Population Sze; Sis Sample Ske Sowee: Krejete & Morgan, 1970