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At 99% confidence, how large a sample should be taken to obtain a margin of error of 0.041 for the estimation of a population proportion? Assume that past data are not available for developing a planning value for p* . Round up to the next whole number.

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At 99% confidence, how large a sample should be taken to obtain
a margin of error of .012 for the estimation of a population
proportion? Assume that past data are not available for developing
a planning value for p*. Round up to the next whole number.

At 99% confidence, how large a sample should be
taken to obtain a margin of error of
0.030 for the estimation of a
population proportion? Assume that past data are not available for
developing a planning value for p*. Round up to
the next whole number.

At 95% confidence, how large a sample should be taken to obtain
a margin of error of 0.026 for the estimation of a population
proportion? Assume that past data are not available for developing
a planning value for p*. Round up to the next whole number.

At 95% confidence, how large a sample should be taken to obtain
a margin of error of .015 for the estimation of a population
proportion? Assume that past data are not available for developing
a planning value for P* . Round up to the next whole number.

How large a sample should be selected to provide a 95%
confidence interval with a margin of error of 4? Assume that the
population standard deviation is 30 . Round your answer to next
whole number.

4. For a 99% confidence level, how large of a sample size is
needed for a margin of error of 0.03 for the es-timate of the
population proportion? Past studies are not available

In a survey, the planning value for the population proportion is
p*=.25 . How large a sample should be taken to provide a 95%
confidence interval with a margin of error of .06? Round your
answer to next whole number.

In a survey, the planning value for the population proportion is
p* = 0.26. How large a sample should be taken to provide a 95%
confidence interval with a margin of error of 0.05? (Round your
answer up to nearest whole number.)

In a survey, the planning value for the population proportion
is
p* = 0.31.
How large a sample should be taken to provide a 95% confidence
interval with a margin of error of 0.05? (Round your answer up to
nearest whole number.)

In developing patient appointment schedules, a medical center
wants to estimate the meantime that a staff member spends with each
patient. How large a sample should be taken if the desired margin
of error is two minutes at a 95% level of confidence? How large a
sample should be taken for a 99% level of confidence? Use a
planning value for the population standard deviation of 10
minutes.
95% Confidence (to the nearest whole number):
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