3. Similarly to #2, we want to look at ethnicity for the deaths in New York. We know that 16% of the deaths included in our data set were to people who identified as white for ethnicity. Assume we take a sample of 20 deaths.
6. Suppose we go back to the example from question 3. Suppose the probability remains at 16% but we now take a sample of size 100.
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