Question

Consider two independent random samples with the following results:

n1=493

x1=96

n2=307

x2=288

Use this data to find the 90% confidence interval for the true difference between the population proportions.

1: Find the point estimate that should be used in constructing the confidence interval. Round the answer 3 decimal points Step

2: Find the margin of error. Round answer to 6 decimal places Step

3: Construct the 90% confidence interval. Round answer 3 decimal places

Answer #1

The statistic software output for this problem is:

1) Point estimate = -0.743

2) Margin of error = 0.037044

3) The 90% CI :.706341+.780428

**(-0.780 , -0.706)**

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