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# Chapter12 - 12.1 I nference for a Population Proportion...

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-- 686 Chapter 12 Inference for Proportions sample proportion had multiple sexual partners. The statistic that estimates the parameter p is the sample proportion n count of successes in the sample I/ - count of observations in the sample Read the sample proportion b as "p-hat." EXERCISES In each of the following settings: (a) Describe the population and explain in words what the parameter p is.
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## This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course STAT 101 taught by Professor O during the Fall '08 term at Lake Land.

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