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**Question 2.** Senior executives were asked of
their opinion about the future economic outlook. One question
inquired, ‘if there will be increase in number of full time
employees at their organization in next 12 months’. In the current
survey, 220 of 400 executives answered ‘Yes’. While in the previous
year survey, 192 of 400 executives had answered, ‘Yes’. Provide a
95% confidence interval estimate for the difference between the
proportions at the two points in time. What is your interpretation
of the interval estimate?

- The computed error is ____________________________________________________
- The computed confidence interval is ________________________________________
- Your interpretation of the interval estimate is ___________________________________

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their opinion about the future economic outlook. One question
inquired, ‘if there will be increase in number of full time
employees at their organization in next 12 months’. In...

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the next 12 months?" In the current survey, 240 of 400 executives
answered Yes, while in a previous year survey, 194 of 400
executives had answered Yes. Provide a 95% confidence interval
estimate for the difference between the proportions at...

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full-time employees at your company over the next 12 months?" In
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previous year survey, 176 of 400 executives had answered Yes.
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