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stuck on a confidence interval question, any help welcome!
an insurance company checks police records on a random sample of 582 automobile accidents and notes that a teenager was driving in the car in 91 of the accidents. create a 95% confidence interval for the percentage of all automobile accidents that involve teenage drivers.
does this answer support the statement that 'in one of every five automobile accidents a teenager is the driver'?
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The question is identical to yours except for context and numbers.