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A random sample of 328 medical doctors showed that 171 had a solo practice. Find and interpret a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of all doctors who have a solo practice. Follow the 4-step process.

**Make sure to use the 4 step process (State, Plan, Do,
Conclude)**

Answer #1

A random sample of 328 medical doctors showed that 162 had a
solo practice.
(a) Let p represent the proportion of all medical
doctors who have a solo practice. Find a point estimate for
p. (Use 3 decimal places.)
(b) Find a 95% confidence interval for p. (Use 3 decimal
places.)
lower limit
upper limit
Give a brief explanation of the meaning of the interval. (Choose
one of the below)
5% of the all confidence intervals would include the true...

random sample of 328 medical doctors showed that 178 had a solo
practice.
(a) Let p represent the proportion of all medical
doctors who have a solo practice. Find a point estimate for
p. (Use 3 decimal places.)
(b) Find a 98% confidence interval for p. (Use 3 decimal
places.)
lower limit
upper limit
Give a brief explanation of the meaning of the interval.
2% of the all confidence intervals would include the true
proportion of physicians with solo practices.2%...

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decimal places.) lower limit upper limit Give a brief explanation
of the meaning of the interval. What is the margin of error based
on a 98% confidence interval? (Use 3 decimal...

A random sample of 324 medical doctors showed that 166 had a
solo practice.
(a) Let p represent the proportion of all medical
doctors who have a solo practice. Find a point estimate for
p. (Use 3 decimal places.)
(b) Find a 99% confidence interval for p. (Use 3 decimal
places.)
lower limit
upper limit
Give a brief explanation of the meaning of the interval.
1% of the all confidence intervals would include the true
proportion of physicians with solo...

A random sample of 336 medical doctors showed that 160 had a
solo practice.
(a) Let p represent the proportion of all medical
doctors who have a solo practice. Find a point estimate for
p. (Use 3 decimal places.)
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(b) Find a 99% confidence interval for p. (Use 3 decimal
places.)
lower limit
upper limit
Give a brief explanation of the meaning of the interval.
1% of the confidence intervals created using this method would
include the...

A random sample of 322 medical doctors showed that 164 had a
solo practice.
(a) Let p represent the proportion of all medical
doctors who have a solo practice. Find a point estimate for
p. (Use 3 decimal places.)
(b) Find a 90% confidence interval for p. (Use 3 decimal
places.)
lower limit
upper limit
Give a brief explanation of the meaning of the interval.
90% of the confidence intervals created using this method would
include the true proportion of...

A random sample of 320 medical doctors showed that 162 had a
solo practice.
(a) Let p represent the proportion of all medical
doctors who have a solo practice. Find a point estimate for
p. (Use 3 decimal places.)
(b) Find a 98% confidence interval for p. (Use 3 decimal
places.)
lower limit
upper limit
Give a brief explanation of the meaning of the interval.
98% of the confidence intervals created using this method would
include the true proportion of...

For this problem, carry at least four digits after the decimal
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95% confidence interval results:
Variable
Count
Total
Sample Prop.
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L. Limit
U. Limit
Reds
65
121
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A random sample of 25 college students attending the RWU Spring
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a. (3 pts.) What is the point estimate for the population mean µ,
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