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Unformatted text preview: A sample survey contacted an SRS of 1000 registered voters in Ohio shortly after an election and asked respondents whether they had voted. Suppose that p=0.58 (58% of registered voters actually voted). We will see in Chapter 5 that 13 ~ N(0.58, 0.0156). What is the probability that the survey result will be Within 3 percentage points of the truth about the population? (Round your answer to four decimal places. Remember to express your answer as a proportion.) 9. A sample survey contacted an SRS of 1000 registered voters in Texas shortly after an election and asked respondents Whether they had voted. Suppose that p=0.61 (61% of registered voters actually voted). We will see in Chapter 5 that 33 ~ N(0.61, 0.0154). What is the probability that the survey result Will differ from the truth about the population by more than 2 percentage points? (Round your answer to four decimal places. Remember to express your answer as a proportion.) ...
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