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Q: In a sample of 100 people born what percentage die before reaching 75 yearS of age?

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A sample size is a percentage of the total number, chosen randomly. There are statistically robust ways to choose your sample, depending on your topic.

According to United States Census Bureau, it estimated about 31% for male and 38% for female from sample of 100 recipients (2003-2006).

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random sample of the town's population apex- (; A mix of participants that reflect your town's makeup

Using sample of people who have just voted

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It is actually a sample from "Reaching Out" by Queen and Paul Rogers

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Do not let anything or anyone stop you from reaching your goals is one sample of an elementary graduation closing remark. Our hats off to you is another sample.

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