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Title produced by softwareMinimum Sample Size - Testing Mean
Date of computationFri, 22 Oct 2010 13:33:20 +0000
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Summary of computational transaction
Raw Inputview raw input (R code)
Raw Outputview raw output of R engine
Computing time1 seconds
R Server'Gwilym Jenkins' @ 72.249.127.135

\begin{tabular}{lllllllll}
\hline
Summary of computational transaction \tabularnewline
Raw Input & view raw input (R code)  \tabularnewline
Raw Output & view raw output of R engine  \tabularnewline
Computing time & 1 seconds \tabularnewline
R Server & 'Gwilym Jenkins' @ 72.249.127.135 \tabularnewline
\hline
\end{tabular}
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[TABLE]
[ROW][C]Summary of computational transaction[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Raw Input[/C][C]view raw input (R code) [/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Raw Output[/C][C]view raw output of R engine [/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Computing time[/C][C]1 seconds[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]R Server[/C][C]'Gwilym Jenkins' @ 72.249.127.135[/C][/ROW]
[/TABLE]
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Summary of computational transaction
Raw Inputview raw input (R code)
Raw Outputview raw output of R engine
Computing time1 seconds
R Server'Gwilym Jenkins' @ 72.249.127.135







Minimum Sample Size
Population Size105
Margin of Error0.05
Confidence0.95
Power0.5
Population Variance13
z(alpha/2) + z(beta)1.95996398454005
z(alpha) + z(beta)1.64485362695147
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)104.456164082666
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)104.229511458772

\begin{tabular}{lllllllll}
\hline
Minimum Sample Size \tabularnewline
Population Size & 105 \tabularnewline
Margin of Error & 0.05 \tabularnewline
Confidence & 0.95 \tabularnewline
Power & 0.5 \tabularnewline
Population Variance & 13 \tabularnewline
z(alpha/2) + z(beta) & 1.95996398454005 \tabularnewline
z(alpha) + z(beta) & 1.64485362695147 \tabularnewline
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test) & 104.456164082666 \tabularnewline
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test) & 104.229511458772 \tabularnewline
\hline
\end{tabular}
%Source: https://freestatistics.org/blog/index.php?pk=87489&T=1

[TABLE]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Population Size[/C][C]105[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Margin of Error[/C][C]0.05[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Confidence[/C][C]0.95[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Power[/C][C]0.5[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Population Variance[/C][C]13[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]z(alpha/2) + z(beta)[/C][C]1.95996398454005[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]z(alpha) + z(beta)[/C][C]1.64485362695147[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)[/C][C]104.456164082666[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)[/C][C]104.229511458772[/C][/ROW]
[/TABLE]
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Minimum Sample Size
Population Size105
Margin of Error0.05
Confidence0.95
Power0.5
Population Variance13
z(alpha/2) + z(beta)1.95996398454005
z(alpha) + z(beta)1.64485362695147
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)104.456164082666
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)104.229511458772







Minimum Sample Size (for Infinite Populations)
Population Sizeinfinite
Margin of Error0.05
Confidence0.95
Power0.5
Population Variance13
z(alpha/2) + z(beta)1.95996398454005
z(alpha) + z(beta)1.64485362695147
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)19975.5858676094
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)14068.8259612961

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\hline
Minimum Sample Size (for Infinite Populations) \tabularnewline
Population Size & infinite \tabularnewline
Margin of Error & 0.05 \tabularnewline
Confidence & 0.95 \tabularnewline
Power & 0.5 \tabularnewline
Population Variance & 13 \tabularnewline
z(alpha/2) + z(beta) & 1.95996398454005 \tabularnewline
z(alpha) + z(beta) & 1.64485362695147 \tabularnewline
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test) & 19975.5858676094 \tabularnewline
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test) & 14068.8259612961 \tabularnewline
\hline
\end{tabular}
%Source: https://freestatistics.org/blog/index.php?pk=87489&T=2

[TABLE]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (for Infinite Populations)[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Population Size[/C][C]infinite[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Margin of Error[/C][C]0.05[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Confidence[/C][C]0.95[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Power[/C][C]0.5[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Population Variance[/C][C]13[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]z(alpha/2) + z(beta)[/C][C]1.95996398454005[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]z(alpha) + z(beta)[/C][C]1.64485362695147[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)[/C][C]19975.5858676094[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)[/C][C]14068.8259612961[/C][/ROW]
[/TABLE]
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Minimum Sample Size (for Infinite Populations)
Population Sizeinfinite
Margin of Error0.05
Confidence0.95
Power0.5
Population Variance13
z(alpha/2) + z(beta)1.95996398454005
z(alpha) + z(beta)1.64485362695147
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)19975.5858676094
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)14068.8259612961







Minimum Sample Size (Unknown Population Variance)
Population Size105
Margin of Error0.05
Confidence0.95
Power0.5
Population Varianceunknown
t(alpha/2) + t(beta)1.98316021996987
t(alpha) + t(beta)1.65974878135401
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)104.468747753145
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)104.243179429553

\begin{tabular}{lllllllll}
\hline
Minimum Sample Size (Unknown Population Variance) \tabularnewline
Population Size & 105 \tabularnewline
Margin of Error & 0.05 \tabularnewline
Confidence & 0.95 \tabularnewline
Power & 0.5 \tabularnewline
Population Variance & unknown \tabularnewline
t(alpha/2) + t(beta) & 1.98316021996987 \tabularnewline
t(alpha) + t(beta) & 1.65974878135401 \tabularnewline
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test) & 104.468747753145 \tabularnewline
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test) & 104.243179429553 \tabularnewline
\hline
\end{tabular}
%Source: https://freestatistics.org/blog/index.php?pk=87489&T=3

[TABLE]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (Unknown Population Variance)[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Population Size[/C][C]105[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Margin of Error[/C][C]0.05[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Confidence[/C][C]0.95[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Power[/C][C]0.5[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Population Variance[/C][C]unknown[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]t(alpha/2) + t(beta)[/C][C]1.98316021996987[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]t(alpha) + t(beta)[/C][C]1.65974878135401[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)[/C][C]104.468747753145[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)[/C][C]104.243179429553[/C][/ROW]
[/TABLE]
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Minimum Sample Size (Unknown Population Variance)
Population Size105
Margin of Error0.05
Confidence0.95
Power0.5
Population Varianceunknown
t(alpha/2) + t(beta)1.98316021996987
t(alpha) + t(beta)1.65974878135401
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)104.468747753145
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)104.243179429553







Minimum Sample Size(Infinite Population, Unknown Population Variance)
Population Sizeinfinite
Margin of Error0.05
Confidence0.95
Power0.5
Population Varianceunknown
t(alpha/2) + t(beta)1.96008275609091
t(alpha) + t(beta)1.64496195002219
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)19978.0069357697
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)14070.6790485083

\begin{tabular}{lllllllll}
\hline
Minimum Sample Size(Infinite Population, Unknown Population Variance) \tabularnewline
Population Size & infinite \tabularnewline
Margin of Error & 0.05 \tabularnewline
Confidence & 0.95 \tabularnewline
Power & 0.5 \tabularnewline
Population Variance & unknown \tabularnewline
t(alpha/2) + t(beta) & 1.96008275609091 \tabularnewline
t(alpha) + t(beta) & 1.64496195002219 \tabularnewline
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test) & 19978.0069357697 \tabularnewline
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test) & 14070.6790485083 \tabularnewline
\hline
\end{tabular}
%Source: https://freestatistics.org/blog/index.php?pk=87489&T=4

[TABLE]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size(Infinite Population, Unknown Population Variance)[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Population Size[/C][C]infinite[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Margin of Error[/C][C]0.05[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Confidence[/C][C]0.95[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Power[/C][C]0.5[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Population Variance[/C][C]unknown[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]t(alpha/2) + t(beta)[/C][C]1.96008275609091[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]t(alpha) + t(beta)[/C][C]1.64496195002219[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)[/C][C]19978.0069357697[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)[/C][C]14070.6790485083[/C][/ROW]
[/TABLE]
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Minimum Sample Size(Infinite Population, Unknown Population Variance)
Population Sizeinfinite
Margin of Error0.05
Confidence0.95
Power0.5
Population Varianceunknown
t(alpha/2) + t(beta)1.96008275609091
t(alpha) + t(beta)1.64496195002219
Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)19978.0069357697
Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)14070.6790485083



Parameters (Session):
par1 = 105 ; par2 = 0.05 ; par3 = 0.95 ; par4 = 13 ; par5 = 0.50 ;
Parameters (R input):
par1 = 105 ; par2 = 0.05 ; par3 = 0.95 ; par4 = 13 ; par5 = 0.50 ;
R code (references can be found in the software module):
par1 <- as.numeric(par1)
par2 <- as.numeric(par2)
par3 <- as.numeric(par3)
par4 <- as.numeric(par4)
par5 <- as.numeric(par5)
(z <- abs(qnorm((1-par3)/2)) + abs(qnorm(1-par5)))
(z1 <- abs(qnorm(1-par3)) + abs(qnorm(1-par5)))
z2 <- z*z
z2one <- z1*z1
z24 <- z2 * par4
z24one <- z2one * par4
npop <- array(NA, 200)
ppop <- array(NA, 200)
for (i in 1:200)
{
ppop[i] <- i * 100
npop[i] <- ppop[i] * z24 / (z24 + (ppop[i] - 1) * par2*par2)
}
bitmap(file='pic1.png')
plot(ppop,npop, xlab='population size', ylab='sample size (2 sided test)', main = paste('Confidence',par3))
dumtext <- paste('Margin of error = ',par2)
dumtext <- paste(dumtext,' Population Var. = ')
dumtext <- paste(dumtext, par4)
mtext(dumtext)
grid()
dev.off()
par2sq <- par2 * par2
num <- par1 * z24
denom <- z24 + (par1 - 1) * par2sq
(n <- num/denom)
num1 <- par1 * z24one
denom1 <- z24one + (par1 - 1) * par2sq
(n1 <- num1/denom1)
load(file='createtable')
a<-table.start()
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size',2,TRUE)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Population Size',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Margin of Error',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par2)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Confidence',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par3)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Power',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par5)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Population Variance',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par4)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'z(alpha/2) + z(beta)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,z)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'z(alpha) + z(beta)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,z1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,n)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,n1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.end(a)
table.save(a,file='mytable.tab')
(ni <- z24 / (par2sq))
(ni1 <- z24one / (par2sq))
a<-table.start()
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (for Infinite Populations)',2,TRUE)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Population Size',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,'infinite')
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Margin of Error',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par2)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Confidence',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par3)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Power',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par5)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Population Variance',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par4)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'z(alpha/2) + z(beta)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,z)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'z(alpha) + z(beta)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,z1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,ni)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,ni1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.end(a)
table.save(a,file='mytable.tab')
(z <- abs(qt((1-par3)/2,n-1)) + abs(qt(1-par5,n-1)))
(z1 <- abs(qt(1-par3,n1-1)) + abs(qt(1-par5,n1-1)))
z2 <- z*z
z2one <- z1*z1
z24 <- z2 * par4
z24one <- z2one * par4
par2sq <- par2 * par2
num <- par1 * z24
denom <- z24 + (par1 - 1) * par2sq
(n <- num/denom)
num1 <- par1 * z24one
denom1 <- z24one + (par1 - 1) * par2sq
(n1 <- num1/denom1)
a<-table.start()
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (Unknown Population Variance)',2,TRUE)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Population Size',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Margin of Error',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par2)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Confidence',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par3)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Power',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par5)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Population Variance',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,'unknown')
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'t(alpha/2) + t(beta)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,z)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'t(alpha) + t(beta)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,z1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,n)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,n1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.end(a)
table.save(a,file='mytable.tab')
(z <- abs(qt((1-par3)/2,ni-1)) + abs(qt(1-par5,ni-1)))
(z1 <- abs(qt(1-par3,ni1-1)) + abs(qt(1-par5,ni1-1)))
z2 <- z*z
z2one <- z1*z1
z24 <- z2 * par4
z24one <- z2one * par4
(ni <- z24 / (par2sq))
(ni1 <- z24one / (par2sq))
a<-table.start()
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size
(Infinite Population, Unknown Population Variance)',2,TRUE)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Population Size',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,'infinite')
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Margin of Error',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par2)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Confidence',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par3)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Power',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,par5)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Population Variance',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,'unknown')
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'t(alpha/2) + t(beta)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,z)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'t(alpha) + t(beta)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,z1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (2 sided test)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,ni)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Minimum Sample Size (1 sided test)',header=TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,ni1)
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.end(a)
table.save(a,file='mytable.tab')