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Unformatted text preview: The maximum error of the estimate is given by the formula for E shown. The Z here is the zscore obtained from the normal table, or the bottom of the ttable as explained in the introduction to estimation . The zscore is a factor of the level of confidence, so you may get in the habit of writing it next to the level of confidence. When you're computing E, I suggest that you find the sample proportion, p hat, and save it to P on the calculator. This way, you can find q as (1p). Do NOT round the value for p hat and use the rounded value in the calculations. This will lead to error. Once you have computed E, I suggest you save it to the memory on your calculator. On the TI82, a good choice would be the letter E. The reason for this is that the limits for the confidence interval are now found by subtracting and adding the maximum error of the estimate from/to the sample proportion....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course MATH 1070 taught by Professor Akbas during the Spring '08 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.
 Spring '08
 AKBAS
 Statistics, Binomial

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