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Peter is researching the preferences of men and woman in regards to five different flavors of ice cream. he decides to sample 50 people. what can we conduct about peter's sample size?

1) peter's sample is sufficient and will detect a significant result

2) peter sample is too small and unlike to detect a significant result

3) peter sample is very large, in fact he could reduce the sample size and still detect significant result $)without more information , we can not make any solid conclusions about adecuacy of peter sample size

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