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When using confidence intervals to estimate the population mean for large samples and small samples, the cut-off number for sample size is n=30 for large samples. What was the process that mathematicians used to come up with 30 as the cut-off point? My students thought that a large sample would be in the hundreds, not a number as small as 30. Thanks!
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