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Unformatted text preview: Final Project STA 2023 Sec 7739 Due December 15, 2010 Name: Points: UF ID: Directions: Show your work to receive full credit. You must choose your own survey questions. Part A: Explore Your Own Data (Confidence Intervals) Website: http://www.norc.uchicago.edu/GSS+Website/ 1. Select a research question from the General Social Survey. Go to the GSS website. Click on Browse GSS Variables at the top of the webpage and then select Subject Index. Clicking on a letter gives you a list of survey subjects that begin with that letter. Explore the different subjects, and select a question that is reasonable for constructing a confidence interval for a population proportion. Print the page that contains the question and the data. Attach this to your project. 2. Write down the question you selected. 3. What will be considered a success? 4. Summarize the data. Number of Successes: X = Total Number of Observations: n = 1 5. Identify the following: p = p = 6. Assumptions. What are the necessary assumptions for constructing a confidence interval?What are the necessary assumptions for constructing a confidence interval?...
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