Question

Consider a population proportion *p* = 0.37. **[You
may find it useful to reference the** z
table**.]**

**a.** Calculate the standard error for the
sampling distribution of the sample proportion when *n* = 10
and *n* = 75? **(Round your final answer to 4 decimal
places.)**

**b.** Is the sampling distribution of the sample
proportion approximately normal with *n* = 10 and *n*
= 75?

**c.** Calculate the probability that the sample
proportion is between 0.35 and 0.37 for *n* = 75.
**(Round " z-value" to 2 decimal places and final
answer to 4 decimal places.)**

Answer #1

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