A asilvester635 Nov 2012 744 2 Hawaii Nov 12, 2015 #1 I did what It says to compute the sample proportion. Divide the number of success (543) by the sample size (1025). Why is it still wrong? Attachments Screen Shot 2015-11-12 at 12.06.49 AM.png 117.3 KB Views: 4
I did what It says to compute the sample proportion. Divide the number of success (543) by the sample size (1025). Why is it still wrong?
romsek MHF Helper Nov 2013 6,746 3,037 California Nov 12, 2015 #2 502 is the actual number of successes. 543 was the expected number of successes.