Which one of the following is NOT a condition for inference comparing two means? both populations are Normally distributed the two sample sizes must be equal populations must be distinct independent simple random samples from two populations

Which one of the following is NOT a condition for inference comparing two means? both populations are Normally distributed the two sample sizes must be equal populations must be distinct independent simple random samples from two populations
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It is not necessary while comparing two means that the two sample sizes must be equal.