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You are the operations manager for an airline and you are considering a higher fare level for passengers in aisle seats. How many randomly selected

You are the operations manager for an airline and you are considering a higher fare level for passengers in aisle seats. How many randomly selected air passengers must you​ survey? Assume that you want to be 90​% confident that the sample percentage is within 1.5 percentage points of the true population percentage

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The sample size is given by the formula n= p(1-p) (z/E) 2 Where E is the margin of error. We... View the full answer

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  • sorry i forget to put the below question part(b)Assume prior studies have shown that about 40​% of​ full-time students earn​ bachelor's degrees in four years or less.
    • paola1419
    • Apr 04, 2018 at 5:22pm
  • If p=0.4 then n=0.4*0.6*(1.645/0.015)^2 = 2887
    • Stat.Solve
    • Apr 04, 2018 at 5:52pm

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