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The 10 percent condition states: a.We must sample at least 10 percent of the population. b.We must sample at most 10 percent of the population. c.We must sample 10 percent of all of the samples we have taken. d.None of the Above.

Answer #1

We know that the condition for a data set to be used as a sample for a population data is that the selected data set must not be more than 10% of the population size, i.e. if the data set is 10% or less of the population, then we can assume it to good as a sample for the particular population

When the sample is more than 10% of the population, then it violates the sampling rule and we dont consider it as a sample for the particular population

So, must have sample not more than 10% of population

Therefore, **option B is correct
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