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Bob writes, in part:

Cochran's rule and Sugden's work are mentioned in the second edition of Lohr's sampling text]]>Mar 23, 2012 7:21:51 PMMar 23, 2012 7:21:51 PMdavidbee2003@att.net0RE: [ap-stat] 30 and the Central Limit Theorem
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That is a relevant paper but it seems to me to argue AGAINST n>30 as a rule. Cochran's original rule is also in the second edition of]]>Mar 23, 2012 8:44:16 AMMar 23, 2012 8:44:16 AMbob@statland.org0RE: [ap-stat] 30 and the Central Limit Theorem
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> There are some mathematical and historical reasons to believe that > when n > 30, this is]]>Mar 22, 2012 9:32:14 PMMar 22, 2012 9:32:14 PMCOlsen@mchsi.com0Re:[ap-stat] 30 and the Central Limit Theorem
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> From: Jared Derksen <mrmathman@gmail.com> > > Chris: > > This is]]>Mar 22, 2012 3:14:13 PMMar 22, 2012 3:14:13 PMbob@statland.org0RE: [ap-stat] 30 and the Central Limit Theorem
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Jared asks, 30 and CLT.

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So does a more nuanced explanation go like this?

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This is helpful. And interesting! As usual, your reference knowledge is impressive.

So does a more nuanced explanation go]]>Mar 22, 2012 1:25:01 PMMar 22, 2012 1:25:01 PMmrmathman@gmail.com0[ap-stat] 30 and the Central Limit Theorem
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