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  1. The results are presented on this graph. It’s not as complex as it might seem at a first glance. Let me explain. The horizontal axis represents volume in words, between 100 on the left and 1,000,000 on the right. A logarithmic scale is used. The left vertical axis displays percentage of the total volume to be checked (between 0% and 100%), while the right vertical axis shows sample size in words and uses a logarithmic scale for obvious reasons. Now let’s proceed to the curves themselves. The ones starting at 100% and decreasing represent the percentage of the total volume to be checked. The ones starting at 100 words and going up represent the word count to be checked, depending on the total volume. The color of the curves represents different error margins: The higher the precision, the more we have to check. Red curves in the middle represent the medium error margin of a quarter of a percent. Green curves correspond to a tighter error margin (1/8 of a percent), and blue ones – to a more relaxed half-a-percent error margin. Of course, we might be more or less fastidious depending on the situation, but generally it is recommended to stay between the blue and green curves. If we are checking more, we are probably checking too much, and if we are checking less, we are probably checking too little. Now, let’s go over some specifics: When volumes are low, below 10,000 words, the percentage to be checked is close to 100%. This means we have to check everything, and it is quite reasonable as far as the volume is very low overall. We simply can’t make reliable assumptions about quality of the material using a small sample. In the midrange between 20,000 and 200,000 words the percentage to be checked starts going down. When the volume exceeds 300,000 words the curves reach saturation. It means that the volume to be checked stays flat almost irrespective of the overall volume, somewhere between 100,000 and 150,000 words. This volume can be divided or multiplied by a factor of 3 depending on the precision we want to achieve.