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approximately Normal, with mean 0.75 and standard error 0.0612.
Binomial, with n=50 and p=0.75.
neither Normal, not Binomial.
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Correct - the distribution of p-hat will not be approximately Normal if np and n(1-p) is greater than or equal
to 15. The sampling distribution of p-hat is never Binomial, because the sample proportion is not a count.
approximately Normal, with unknown mean and standard deviation.
The sampling distribution of the sample proportion is approximately normal with a mean equal to p and a st
15. If either one of the conditions is not met, the sampling distribution of the sample proportion
is neither approximately normal nor binomial.
The sampling distribution of the sample proportion is approximately normal with a mean equal to p and a st
15. If either one of the conditions is not met, the sampling distribution of the sample proportion
is neither approximately normal nor binomial.
Binomial, with n=200 and p=0.13.
approximately Normal, with unknown mean and standard deviation.
neither Normal, not Binomial.
approximately Normal, with mean 0.13 and standard error 0.0238
Suppose 13% of American adults believe that the highest priority of America is to protect freedom of speech. We
sampling distribution of the sample proportion of people who answer yes to the question is:
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Question 2
Nine percent of Americans say they are well informed about politics in comparison to most people. You randomly sam
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Yes to the question?
0.6879
0.6808
Can not be determined.
0.3192
0.47
Remember that np and n(1-p) must be greater than or equal to 15 for you to be able to complete the problem
score. (phat - p)/sqrt(p(1-p)/n). Use the z-score and the z-table to ﬁnd the correct probability.
Remember that np and n(1-p) must be greater than or equal to 15 for you to be able to complete the problem
score. (phat - p)/sqrt(p(1-p)/n). Use the z-score and the z-table to ﬁnd the correct probability.
0.9925
0.0040
0.9960
0.0075
Can not be determined.
Suppose that 76% of Americans prefer Coke to Pepsi. A sample of 200 was taken. What is the probability
that at least sixty eight percent of the sample prefers Coke to Pepsi?
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