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A group of investors was polled each week for the last five
weeks about whether they were bullish or bearish concerning the
market. Construct the market sentiment index for each week based on
these polls. **(Do not round intermediate calculations. Round
your answers to 4 decimal places.)**

Week | Bulls | Bears | |||||

1 | 62 | 63 | |||||

2 | 53 | 76 | |||||

3 | 51 | 78 | |||||

4 | 54 | 75 | |||||

5 | 31 | 60 | |||||

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A group of investors was polled each week for the last five
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Week
Bulls
Bears
1
68
63
2
56
100
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90
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MSI
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