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    When testing two populations with small sample sizes, do both sample sizes have to be identical? Why or why not?

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    When testing two populations with small sample sizes, do both sample sizes have to be identical? Why or why not?

    Answer with explanation: Both sample sizes don't have to be identical. Assume that population A and population B have ...

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