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In the state of North Dakota, all hunters are required to have a hunting license. A game warden believes the proportion of hunters who follow this law to be less than 30%. As a test, he randomly samples 175 hunters and counts the number who have a license. He finds this number to be 44.

Which is the correct set of hypotheses to test the warden’s belief?

Answer #1

а)
Using the following 95% confidence interval for the true mean
number of Pringles in a single Pringles canister, which of the
following is the best interpretation?
98 < µ < 102
Group of answer choices
We are 95% sure the true mean Pringles per canister is between
98 Pringle chips and 102 Pringle chips.
We are 95% sure the true mean Pringles per canister is between
98 Pringle chips and 100 Pringle chips.
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