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    conf interval estimator 3

    please
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    Quote Originally Posted by samileo31 View Post
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    Have you reviewed this material in your classnotes and textbook? What have you tried? Where are you stuck?
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    i am not sure check it please------------1

    please check it
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    The method here is correct, although I have not checked your calculations.

    To save time always post your attempt of the answer in your first post with the question.

    Be careful when writing a conclusion. You should say that "The true proportion of voters for Mr Ali will fall between 53.7% and 62.3% at 95% of the time".
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