Question

Community college students survey students at their college and ask, "Have you met with a counselor to develop an educational plan?"

Of the 25 randomly selected students, 17 have met with a counselor to develop an educational plan.

What is the 90% confidence interval for the proportion of all students at the college that have met with a counselor to develop an educational plan?

(Answers may vary slightly due to rounding. Round SE to 2 decimal places before calcluating the margin of error.)

Group of answer choices

0.50 to 0.86

0.45 to 0.91

We should not calculate the 90% confidence interval because normality conditions are not met.

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