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Sloven Formula?

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Sloven formula is a random sampling technique formula to estimate sampling size. To use the Sloven formula, you will need to research the methodology using the number of samples, total population, and error or margin. To determine the ideal sample size for a population, the Sloven formula would look like this: n = N / (1 + (N*e^2)), where n-sampling size, N-total population, e-level of confidence. If you answer the question, n= number of samples, N=total population, c=margin of error, you have used the Sloven formula.
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it's a random sampling technique formula to estimate sampling size. n=N/1+N(e)2. n- sampling size. N-total population. e-level of confidence.
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The formula is alternatively called Slovins Formula but its more appropriately called Yamane formula since its Taro Yamane who formulated it. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pd006.
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Slovin? Sorry, usually, that kind of thing surfaces in my head. I know the formula, and I've used it when setting up surveys, but the name just doesn't crop up beyond the formula.
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