Determine the full study sample size, Operation Management

1. An element of work has been measured 6 times, with the following results (units of 0.01 minutes): 18, 20, 19, 21, 19, 22. What should be the full-study sample size? 

Answer: N = [40 √(6*2371) - (14161) / 119]2

= 7.34 or 8 measurements

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