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solution 400 D Here x=228, n=noo, p= 228 = 0.72 At 95% confidence 20/2=1.96 The 95% c-I for p is 10-12 /110-72) $ # 2/2 Pa = 0.72 I 196) noo = 0.72 I o.onu =(0.676, 0.764) At 99%, 20 = 2.51 The qq4. c-I for p es (072/1-0-72) otza PV = 0.72 ± 2.576 noo =0.72 € 0.0578 = (0.6622, 0.7778) 2 o +242 3 256= 0.14 p = uoo The 99%.( I for p es itzu pa_ o.141 2.576 J noo (0.14(1-0-14) =o.luz o.onuz =(0.0953, 0.1847) È & 242 n

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