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Slovens Formula?

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Sloven's formula is a way to figure out statistically how many people would participate in something. Say you were sending out a survey to 50 people and you will allow for a 1% margin of error, using this formula you would likely get a response from just under half of the people. The formula is n=N/1+Ne(squared) where n is the sample size, N is the population size, and e is the margin of error you are allowing.
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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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