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Why is N so large? (question 1,2)
Hi
In the lecture, the professor gave a rule of thumb that N>~10*Dv.c. in order to get a reasonable error. But in these calculations, we see that N has to be much larger than that. Why is so? Can anybody explain? Thanks Dan 
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Re: Why is N so large? (question 1,2)
These calculations use a bound that is admittedly very loose. The rule of thumb gives the practical version of it.
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