The Ice Chalet offers dozens of different beginning iceskating
classes. All of the class names are put into a bucket. The 5 P.M.,
Monday night, ages 8 to 12, beginning iceskating class was picked.
In that class were 64 girls and 16 boys. Suppose that we are
interested in the true proportion of girls, ages 8 to 12, in all
beginning iceskating classes at the Ice Chalet. Assume that the
children in the selected class are a random sample of the
population.
Construct a 92% Confidence Interval for the true proportion of
girls in the ages 8 to 12 beginning iceskating classes at the Ice
Chalet.
Fill in the blanks on the graph with the areas, upper and lower
limits of the confidence interval, and the sample proportion.
(Round your answers to two decimal places.)
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