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If a major Internet store wants to estimate the percentage of adult Internet shoppers in order to determine the maximum impact of Internet shoppers on its sales, what amount of the shoppers should be used as a sample?

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    I don't know of a specific number, but the greater the number, the more accurate the estimate will be. Do you have some data that you have not included?

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