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2. Express the confidence interval 82.7% ± 6.9% in interval form. Express the answer in decimal format (do not enter as percents).

3. Assume that a sample is used to estimate a population
proportion *p*. Find the margin of error *M.E.* that
corresponds to a sample of size 394 with 20.1% successes at a
confidence level of 99.8%.

*M.E.* =_____%

Answer #1

2)

A 95% confidence interval for population proportion p is ,

- E < p < + E

82.7% - 6.9% < p < 82.7% + 6.9%

75.8% < p < 89.6%

**0.758 < p < 0.896**

3)

Given that,

n = 394

Point estimate = sample proportion = = 0.201

1 - = 0.799

Z_{/2}
= 3.09

Margin of error = E = Z_{
/ 2} *
((
* (1 -
)) / n)

= 3.09 * (((0.201 * 0.799) / 394)

**= 0.062**

**M. E. = 6.2%**

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