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    Help with testing a claim

    If I took a random sample of 24 adults and I check the 3 conditions (random, normal, independent) is it appropriate to say for independent that its not necessary to check the 10% condition since the populations of adults in general is too big??
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    Re: Help with testing a claim

    Hey asilvester635.

    What is this 10% condition?
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    Re: Help with testing a claim

    never mind i figured it out.. thanks
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